Several months ago, David Graey, a composer/performer and fan of Broodhollow, let me listen to a piece he wrote for Curious Little Thing. I was really impressed, and even more impressed to learn he had an entire album in him. It’s now on sale — 33 minutes of soundtrack music for the first Broodhollow book! 13 tracks and a digital booklet of liner notes from David and myself!
It is quite lovely and listenable, and a very fitting cinematic soundtrack to my story. I love it and have listened to it many times over. Here’s a sample from a couple of tracks:
As promised in the Book 1 Kickstarter for Broodhollow, the first episode of my creepypasta review is here! I take a look at Jeff The Killer, a story that is commonly in Top 10 Internet Horror lists everywhere. But why? I can’t explain it because it’s a terribly written piece of text that’s barely a story. Well, see for yourself.
Hi all! I was always headed to Emerald City Comicon as it’s one of my favorite conventions to do — but there was a little miscommunication about my booth. Thanks to the kindness of tablemates Bill, Gene and Jana from Unshelved and good ol’ Dave Kellett of Sheldon and the new documentary Stripped, I will be exhibiting at booth 112.
I’ll have with me the softcover of Broodhollow Book 1, a handful of Starslip and Chainsawsuit, pins, a poster or two, and maybe a few surprises for early attendees each day!
Machine of Death Draw-and-Guess
Room: HALL B (608-609)
Time: 4:10PM – 5:00PM
Join cartoonists playing a non-trademarked version of Pictionary, using clues issued from a Machine of Death. The Machine, of course, can tell you exactly how you are going to die in just a few cryptic words!
See you there!!
Hello all! The new Pinny Arcade pins for PAX East 2014 got announced today, and among them is my entry into this year’s crop:
This duo will be available in Boston, at my table in Bandland. And I will also have news regarding Bower Brigade pins and other cool stuff soon. Thanks thanks thanks! (No, that’s not a thing they say in Broodhollow.)