Happy Halloween everyone! You know what is the perfect way to celebrate? By reading spooky comics, of course! I recently completed a ghost story to be featured in the upcoming anthology Then It Was Dark, a collection of stories about the paranormal. The pages from my story can currently be seen at the Kelly Writer’s House Brodsky Gallery at the University of Pennsylvania.
My seasonally spooky comic tells the tale of Thomas Lynn Bradford, a 1920s Spiritualist who committed suicide in an attempt prove the existence of an afterlife. From The Beyond will be up in the Brodsky Gallery (3805 Locust Walk in Philadelphia) until November 7th, so you have all week to check it out. The Writers’ House has printed beautiful broadsides to accompany the show, which they likely still have available and you are free to take with you.
Earlier this month at the show’s opening, I gave a brief artist talk about the piece and my process creating it. If you would like to watch a video of that even, you can do so right here!
If you live in Philadelphia, make sure you go check out the show. If not, make sure you keep your eyes peeled for Then It Was Dark, to be published early next year. It looks like it is shaping up to be a great collection!