Gremlin Gremlin illustration by Allen Childers Gremlins are cruel and mischievous fey. They are a malicious blight on all wonders of innovation. Gremlins revel in the destruction of constructs, vehicles, or any semblance of order. Gremlins excrete corrosive saliva that makes it easier to break things down. Gremlins are often found in places where rats... Continue Reading →
Spelljammer was a popular campaign setting first published for AD&D ( Advanced Dungeons & Dragons) in 1989, that brought adventurers into the stars with a swashbuckling space fantasy campaign . This setting has remained popular for many D&D players over the years, myself included. In this setting spelljamming helms give nearly any object the motive... Continue Reading →
Hearth Domain Cleric The hearth domain cleric deals with matters of the home, ancestral traditions, and hospitality. Hearth Domain Clerics can be found in taverns & inns across the multiverse bringing the comforts of home to the open road. The small fire brings warmth to those in need and can often make even the cruelest... Continue Reading →
Path of Infernal Wrath The Devils of Hell and the Demons of the Abyss have often influenced and enticed warriors with fiendish powers. These immortal creatures look for fodder for their generals to lead in the eternal Bloodwar. Once a deal is struck or a soul has tainted the warrior unlocks their infernal wrath. A wave of anger persists when they rage that is not easily quenched except for the spilled blood of their enemies.
Ragged Edge by Dustyn McCormick is Spellhawks Press' first published novel. Dustyn has gone the extra mile to release the book on Audible! The urban fantasy has been narrated by Michael Butler Murray. Now you can listen to Ragged Edge in the car, at the gym, or at your leisure. We hope you enjoy! You can... Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Spellhawks Press' first published author, Dustyn McCormick! Spellhawks Press embarks on a new journey into the realm of small press and independent publishing with our flagship novel, "Ragged Edge." My goal when creating Spellhawks Press was not to publish anything more than reviews on science fiction and fantasy. However, when the door to creativity... Continue Reading →
I have often dreamed of being a successful artist my entire life.I went to college for art and dropped out. I survived the military with a newfound backbone and confidence only to drop out of college again. You could almost say my creative pursuits in life have been one long string of failures. The funny... Continue Reading →