Samuel Sattin

​Samuel Sattin is a novelist and essayist. He is the author of the upcoming novel "The Silent End" (Fall 2015) and "League of Somebodies," described by Pop Matters as "One of the most important novels of 2013." His work has appeared in The Atlantic, Salon, io9, Kotaku, San Francisco Magazine, Publishing Perspectives, LitReactor, The Weeklings, The Good Men Project, The Cobolt Review, Cent Magazine, and elsewhere. Also an illustrator, he’s currently finishing an MFA in Comics at California College for the Arts and has a creative writing MFA from Mills College. He’s the recipient of NYS and SLS Fellowships and lives in Oakland, California.

"The blasphemy of ideas": Why everyone should read this graphic novel in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks Samuel Sattin
Horror movies were my therapy Samuel Sattin
Don't call him the Walt Disney of Japan: How animator Hayao Miyazaki became a cultural icon by doing everything Pixar doesn't Samuel Sattin
How Nintendo took over the world Samuel Sattin
"Superman's" forgotten Jewish roots Samuel Sattin
Video games are the new movies Samuel Sattin
We let Charles Krafft fool us Samuel Sattin
"Django Unchained's" secret political triumph Samuel Sattin
Who will be the Maccabees? Samuel Sattin
Dungeons and Dragons: My dorky literary muse Samuel Sattin
Has the apocalypse gone the way of vampires? Samuel Sattin
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