The Northwest Examiner called David Raffin: “A cross between Garrison Keillor and Salvador Dali.”
Writer of Fantastic tales: short, medium, & large; David Raffin thinks inside the box. It is quiet there. But so dark.
He is a contributor to the national newspaper Funny Times, Rosebud magazine, and various other publications. Praised by the likes of MaximumRock’n’Roll & drive-in critic Joe Bob Briggs.
He published a satirical journal, Vision? Nary!, which was reviewed positively by MaximumRock’n’Roll and the Joe Bob Report, newsletter of drive-in movie critic Joe Bob Briggs.
“Intelligent, humorous, and highly imaginative- always a pleasure to read.”
– Peter Bacho, Author “Cebu” “Dark Blue Suit”
“His perversions are oddly analytical.”
– Jodi Lamm, Author “Titan Magic”
“The amalgam of fantasy and realism, of fantastic plot turns… Certainly, David is a virtuoso at not delivering what an audience might expect. As such, he shows his remarkable skills as a satirist.”
– Sarah Ryan, librarian, Evergreen State College
“He’s not your average comedian.”
– The Daily Olympian
“Attic Dog by David Raffin [is] Wonderfully sad and very strange. Creates a beautifully desolate atmosphere of dust-strewn, forgotten spaces and the creeping, lonely decay of a long abandoned toy.”
– Haunted Eyeball