Southern Gothic: Chapter Thirteen
Other Voices, Other Rooms
If it’s the third Wednesday of the month, you know you can count on another revolting chapter of Southern Gothic!
We hope you’re ready for the chilling tale of Chapter Thirteen: “Other Voices, Other Rooms!”
But first things first: welcome to all of our new subscribers! We are fresh back from HeroesCon where we had the pleasure of meeting SO MANY amazing folks: artists, writers, fans, cosplayers, creators, craftspeople, and a cavalcade of glorious nerds! I have a LOT to say about how great HeroesCon is and all of the fantastic folks we met there, so I’m planning a follow-up post in the coming days.
Another big announcement out of HeroesCon: you can now purchase a print copy of our limited-edition ashcan “Good Country People” from the beagleman’s shop! The ashcan collects chapters 1-6 of Southern Gothic as it premiered on Substack.
We were humbled and amazed by how many folks picked up a copy of the book when it premiered at the convention. So if you’d like to snag an ashcan, act fast because our supply is limited. Also, as a reminder to our paid subscribers, you will receive a complimentary copy of the ashcan in the next few days (I just need to make it to the post office, honestly…).
We LOVE hearing from our readers and regularly respond to your message in the Southern Gothic reader correspondence feature, The Purloined Letters. If you have a question, comment, thought, or joke, drop us a line at email@example.com! As always, remember to include “Southern Gothic” in the subject and if you’re okay with your letter being featured please indicate “OKAY TO PRINT.”
If you’re a paid subscriber, you’ll get a peek behind-the-scenes of today’s cover by Southern Gothic co-creator and overall amazing artist Ezequiel Rubio along with some other hot goss and sweet tea below the paywall!
And finally, remember that Southern Gothic is a horror comic and is not suitable for all readers. Chapter thirteen features depictions of blood, gore, supernatural horror, substance abuse, arson, racially-motivated lynching, gun violence, and physical violence. Reader discretion is advised.
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