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Stefan Poag is an artist and writer specializing in weird fantasy, often associated with classic or "Old School Revival" style art featured in the earlier editions of the popular fantasy role playing game, Dungeons and Dragons. His illustration work has appeared in publications from Goodman Games, Kenzer & Company, Game Developer and others.[1]

Life and Career[]

Stefan Poag grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, after a childhood in (what was then) West Germany.[2] Stefan now lives and works in Michigan with his significant other (Annie) and two dogs. His work has been published in many venues such as Dungeon Crawl Classics adventures from Goodman Games as well as other gaming publishing houses.

Outside of hand-drawn fantasy art, Poag has also done commercial photography, mostly shooting pictures for newspaper advertisements).[3] He is currently working on an illustrated book of monsters[4] and a comic book about Richard Shaver and the Shaver Mystery.[5]

Education[]

MFA: School Fine Arts, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE. 1994-1996

BFA: Department of Fine Arts, Washington University in Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO. 1983-1987

RPG Game Illustration Credits[]

Interior Artist[]

  • Jan 2003 - "SpaceShip Zero," Green Ronin Publishing.
  • Aug 2004 - "The Eight Kings; Maze of Zayene Part 4," Different Worlds Publications.
  • Jan 2005 - "DCC #0: Legends Are Made, not Born," Goodman Games.
  • Sep 2005 - "DCC #21: Assault on Castle Stormbringer," Goodman Games.
  • Sep 2006 - "The Mother of All Treasure Tables," Necromancer Games/Frog God Games, Kenzer & Co.
  • Oct 2006 - "Dungeons of Castle Blackmoor," Zeitgeist Games.
  • Feb 2009 - "Blackdirge's Dungeon Denizens," Goodman Games.
  • Jan 2010 - "The Dungeon Alphabet," Goodman Games.
  • Jun 2011 - "Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG Beta Rules," Goodman Games.
  • Oct 2011 - "Advanced Adventures Compendium One (hardcover)," Expeditious Retreat Press.
  • Aug 2012 - "The 13th Skull," Goodman Games.
  • Dec 2013 - "Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG," Goodman Games.
  • Jun 2014 - "Elzemon and the Blood-Drinking Box (Free RPG Day module)," Goodman Games.
  • May 2015 - "Petty Gods (2nd Edition)," New Big Dragon Games.

Cover Artist[]

  • Aug 2004 - "The Eight Kings; Maze of Zayene Part 4," Different Worlds Publications.
  • Aug 2006 - "AA1 - The Pod-Caverns of the Sinister Shroom," Expeditious Retreat Press.
  • Sep 2006 - "AA2 - The Red Mausoleum," Expeditious Retreat Press.
  • Oct 2011 - "Advanced Adventures Compendium One (hardcover)," Expeditious Retreat Press.
  • Mar 2012 - "AA23 - Down the Shadowvein," Expeditious Retreat Press
  • Apr 2012 - "AA24 - The Mouth of the Shadowvein," Expeditious Retreat Press

Back Cover Artist[]

  • Aug 2006 - "AA1 - The Pod-Caverns of the Sinister Shroom," Expeditious Retreat Press.
  • Sep 2006 - "AA2 - The Red Mausoleum," Expeditious Retreat Press.
  • Mar 2012 - "AA23 - Down the Shadowvein," Expeditious Retreat Press
  • Apr 2012 - "AA24 - The Mouth of the Shadowvein," Expeditious Retreat Press

Author[]

  • May 2015 - "Petty Gods (2nd Edition)"

References[]

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