Matthew Sturges

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Matthew Sturges
Born (1970-10-02) October 2, 1970 (age 44)
Rhode Island, USA
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer
Notable works
Jack of Fables
Shadowpact

http://www.matthewsturges.com

Matthew Sturges (born October 1970 in Rhode Island) is an American writer of comics and fantasy novels.

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Sturges is best known for the Eisner-award nominated Jack of Fables from DC/Vertigo.[1] In the 1990s, he was a member of the writers' collective Clockwork Storybook, which also included Bill Willingham, Chris Roberson, and Mark Finn.

With Willingham Sturges has not only worked on Fables but has also co-written House of Mystery.[2][3][4] Following his signing an exclusive deal with DC Comics,[5] Sturges took over the writing of Blue Beetle in issue #29[6] and will see it through to its end in issue #36.[7] He has also written Final Crisis Aftermath: Run! featuring the Human Flame[8][9][10] and, with Willingham again, he also took over the writing of Justice Society of America with issue #29.[11][12]

He is also the author of two novels, Midwinter (2009)[13] and the sequel The Office of Shadows (2010), and a book of short horror fiction, Beneath the Skin and Other Stories (2000).

He currently lives in Austin, Texas.

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