Meet writer/artist Dale Berry at the following shows for autographs & sketches, and to purchase our entire line of books & merchandise. Check back often for updates!
"Dead Air," Dale Berry's latest graphic short story, is available now. Find it in the new issue of Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (March/April 2017), wherever books and magazines are sold.
Read Dale's guest post on the Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine's editor's blog Trace Evidence.
To order on Digital
"Dead Air", the latest short story written and illustrated by Dale Berry, will appear in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, in the March/April issue. On sale nationwide February 21, 2017.
Last year, Dale Berry's "Not A Creature Was Stirring..." was the first graphic fiction ever published by AHMM.
Gigi Pandian is the USA Today bestselling author of The Accidental Alchemist Mysteries and the Jaya Jones Treasure Hunt Mysteries.
Dale has been commissioned to create a special, limited edition print to commemorate the publication of her new Jaya Jones novel, Michelangelo's Ghost.
Signed and numbered, these prints will be presented to lucky fans at this year's Bouchercon New Orleans.
To view the raw pencil art in detail, click the thumbnail.
To find out more about Gigi Pandian and her remarkable series, visit here.
From an undisclosed location, somewhere deep in the heart of Bakersfield CA, a small band of broadcast journalists, educators and comedians fight the Good Fight against tyranny, hypocrisy and ignorance.
They are known only as the Alright Four, and about a year ago Dale Berry was invited to their secret lair to discuss the state of the world.
Remarkably, the hot topics of the day (international terrorism, Donald Trump) haven't changed all that much.
You can listen to their podcast here.
Dale Berry has created the first graphic short story ever published in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine.
Read "Not a Creature Was Stirring..." in the Special Winter Double Issue, celebrating 60 years of the magazine's publication.
Available nationwide, wherever magazines are sold.
Read Deborah Lacy's interview with Dale at the Mystery Playground blog.
It is with profound sadness that we announce our long-time friend and collaborator, artist and photographer Sebastian Castillo passed away on September 22, 2015. He is survived by his wife and four children.
To assist during this difficult time, we ask you to please contribute to a special GoFundMe site, which will help defray the cost of funeral expenses, and to provide care for the family.
Dale Berry's latest work will soon be published in the pages of Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine.
Developed with Editor Linda Landrigan, and working with Art Director Vicki Green, Dale has created the very first comic story to appear in the prestigious magazine's 60 year history.
Writers from law enforcement, fire fighting, emergency response, and security gather for the Public Safety Writers Association Annual Conference, July 16-19, 2015, at the Orleans Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Myriad Publications proudly sponsors the coffee service on Sunday.
William E Wallace writes tough. Take his novel I Wait To Die!, set in modern times but evoking classic crime paperbacks of the 50's and 60's. The prose is lean and suspenseful, yet connects with the hard truths and the vulnerability of those caught up in the Life. It's the real underworld, driven by characters who could have emerged from the black thoughts of Jim Thompson, or the schemers and and strategists of Elmore Leonard and David Goodis. Down such mean streets of hard-boiled fiction, Wallace travels like a Prince of Darkness.
None of which should come as a surprise. After 40 years as a reporter, and a background that includes time spent as a private investigator, he knows the worlds of which he speaks.
His blog, Pulp Hack Confessions, investigates the latest in edgy, dark crime and suspense novels and the people who write them. Meeting on a panel at Left Coast Crime Portland, I was surprised to find out he'd been reading the Moonlight Cutter series for a while. To say I was flattered would be an understatement. Check out his review. Then check out his site all over again, and discover for yourself just how noir it can get.
A special collection of supernatural stories and art featuring the Master of the Cold Moon Sword, rendered by fans, pros, and talented newcomers!
Featuring an intense new tale by creator Dale Berry, plus artist/martial arts instructor Robert Zailo, photographer Sebastian Castillo, illustrator Sean Sagawa, and many others! 72 Big Pages, at a Price-Busting $6.50.
Now Available -- Order yours today!
Tales of the Moonlight Cutter has been optioned for film and television development. Check back for project details as they evolve!
Evocative and intricate, combining ancient tradition with contemporary flourish, "Turo" is a modern master of the paper silhouette, whose work has been exhibited across the globe.
Raised in Mongolia, the fifth child from a family of artists, he creates freehand, using only small scissors and his mind's eye.
Myriad Publications is proud to announce that this incredible talent has created a very special piece to grace the cover of Tales of the Moonlight Cutter. We'll reveal it here soon, so be sure to check back.
Below is just a small sample of the artist's skill. To find out more, visit Facebook: Turburam Sandagdorj and SturoArt, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You can search his full name in Google to find other short articles and images.
It's been called "the dirtiest station in the country." Its public events made the national news, and it was featured on the TV show "Cops" (twice!). It was 103.7 KRZR, "the Wild Hare," and for listeners across the globe, it brought the hardest in hard rock and heavy metal.
Now, here's the unauthorized documentary of Fresno, California's legendary renegade rock station. Featuring artwork and commentary by, among others, Wild Hare Artist and DJ/Air Personality Dale Berry.
To order the DVD, visit here.
For more information, visit the Facebook page.
Myriad Publications was awarded Best Of Show at Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo by MyGeekReview.com.
Dale joins Stan Lee, Pauly Shore, and others at the San Diego Comic-Con for USA Today. Dale appears at about 1:30.
By Thursday, Tales of the Moonlight Cutter #5: Grimoire had completely sold out! Dale took orders for the rest of the week from hungry fans. Our deepest thanks and our most sincere appreciation goes out to all our readers for this unprecedented response. You're the best! (And your books are on their way...!)
We've moved! Our new digs in the Bay Area:
615 Randolph Street
San Francisco, CA 94132
Dale has created a collection of artwork for a brand new series, inspired by classic characters from the pulp magazines of the 1930's, the heroes of comics' 1940's Golden Age, movie serials, and film noir!
Black Scarab: A Pulp Hero Portfolio is a privately printed, limited edition art book of only 200 copies, each numbered and signed by the author. $10, and can be ordered here.
Now available in its 2nd Big Printing! Order your copy now!
The Moonlight Cutter series is now available for download from NexStudios.jp.
Due to high sales and continued demand, the entire Tales of the Moonlight Cutter series has been added to Diamond Distributor's Star System, where it is now available to comic book stores anytime! Retailers, contact your Diamond representative for orders!
Tales of the Moonlight Cutter received positive mention in BLACK BELT Magazine's coverage of the 2007 San Diego ComicCon International! Read about it in BLACK BELT's Bruce Lee Anniversary Issue (November 2007), or online now:
http://www.blackbeltmag.com/archives/552 (Thanks to editor Ed Pollard.)
Tales of the Moonlight Cutter and Dale Berry also received a positive review in the Fresno Bee on September 20, 2007:
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George MacDonald Fraser's notorious literary scoundrel brought to visual life!