Boston Metaphysical Society Comic Introduces Its First Ever Coloring Book in  Crowdfunding Campaign to Print the Next Short Graphic Novel

BURBANK, CA.  Madeleine Holly-Rosing, writer/creator of the comic Boston Metaphysical Society announced the launch of her campaign to fund the printing of Boston Metaphysical Society: Ghosts and Demons as well as their first coloring book with twenty illustrations by Alejandro … Continue reading Boston Metaphysical Society Comic Introduces Its First Ever Coloring Book in  Crowdfunding Campaign to Print the Next Short Graphic Novel

Read the Blurb for No Rest for the Wicked by Phoebe Darqueling, Available in Print Tomorrow!

No Rest for the Wicked by Phoebe Darqueling Other people just think they’re “haunted by the past.” In Vi’s case, it’s true. Clairvoyant Viola Thorne wants to forget about her days of grifting and running errands for ghosts. The problem? Playing it safe is dull. So when a dead stranger begs for her help, Vi jumps at the chance to dust off her hustling skills. The unlikely companions are soon tangling with bandits, cheating at cards, and loving every minute. Then she finds out who referred him, and Vi has to face both a past and ex-partner that refuse to … Continue reading Read the Blurb for No Rest for the Wicked by Phoebe Darqueling, Available in Print Tomorrow!

Is Dreadpunk a new subculture?

There are a couple of articles doing the rounds at the moment covering Dreadpunk. It was announced at DragonCon 2015 by Derek Tatum as a way to describe the bout of modern Gothic Horror that is becoming more popular by the year. Tatum is quick to defend Dreadpunk because it’s seen a lot of people denounce it as trying to steal away Gothic Horror and Gaslamp Fantasy Horror. He writes on his website “dreadpunk is used as shorthand for contemporary Gothic horror, suspense, and fantasy works set in an often stylized past. It’s a tongue-in-cheek term derived from the penny … Continue reading Is Dreadpunk a new subculture?