With three million+ words in print worldwide, odds are, you've already read something written by Myatt Murphy.


Just a few of Murphy's past and present clients have included:

  • AOL
  • Best Life
  • Better Homes
      and Gardens
  • Bloomingdale's
  • Brides
  • Child
  • Cooking Light
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Delta Sky
  • Details
  • Dick Clark
  • Esquire
  • Fitness
  • Glamour
  • GQ
  • Harper Collins
  • Health
  • Healthy Cooking
  • ICM
  • Instyle
  • Match.com
  • Maxim
  • Maximum Fitness
  • Men's Fitness
  • Men's Health
  • Men's Journal
  • Meredith Corporation
  • MSN
  • Muscle and Fitness
  • Muscle and Fitness Hers
  • The New York Times
  • Newsweek
  • Nissan
  • Outside
  • Oxygen
  • Parents
  • Penguin Group
  • Penthouse
  • Philadelphia
  • Popular Science
  • Prevention
  • Psychology Today
  • Real Fighter
  • Redbook
  • Rodale Books
  • Self
  • Shape
  • Sports Afield
  • Sports Illustrated
  • Southwest Spirit
  • Success
  • The Knot
  • The Nest
  • Tourneau
  • Tylenol
  • Weight Watchers
  • William Morris
  • U.S. Airways
  • United Hemispheres
  • UFC magazine
  • UFC.com
  • Yahoo




The Walking Dead, Men in Black, Sin City and The Crow have more in common than their on-screen success stories—they all started as black and white illustrated graphic novels. Murphy is the creator and author of three graphic novels that have repeatedly earned positive reviews by many of the industry’s top reviewers. In addition, Murphy was awarded an Eisner nomination for his work (one of the comic book industries most prestigious honors) and has received interest/option offers from production and management companies such as Platinum Studios, Trigger Street Productions, and, Circle of Confusion.

Known for its’ exceptionally realistic dialogue and prime-time TV show pacing, Fade From Blue is a dramatic-comedy series about four half sisters in hiding after the mysterious deaths of their mothers and the disappearance of their bounty-hunting father.

Similar to the Matrix Trilogy and Men in Black series, this dark sci-fi thriller offers an explanation behind every one of mankind’s greatest unexplained mysteries. A world where individuals live their lives blind to the grim reality that they each have an ability they are never allowed to possess—and how the fate of the world has always rested in the hands of one special child since time began. 

One-part Twilight Zone, two parts theology lesson and three parts hilarious, Far From Saints is a quirky, comedic tale about an unsympathetic jerk who suddenly finds out that Heaven is actually the backroom of a stationary store in the middle of nowhere—a store in which he’s now co-owner, along with a few other miscreants God has decided to put in charge of the fate of Mankind.