Our Second Kickstarter

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Last year, Jeremy and I used Kickstarter to fund an anthology that we really wanted to make, called That Ain’t Right: Historical Accounts of the Miskatonic Valley. It turned out really well, and has been quite popular with readers!

This year, we’re doing another Kickstarter, this time to fund an anthology called Selfies from the End of the World: Historical Accounts of the Apocalypse.

Selfies Art plus text

We’ve got a number of reward tiers where you can get the book, but for fans of Scary White Girl Designs, the upper tiers may be of particular interest. A $50 pledge gets you a random Decapitated Dollie (along with the ebook and a signed copy of the book), and a $60 pledge gets you a custom Decapitated Dollie (plus the ebook and a signed copy of the book). At the moment, this is the ONLY way to get Decapitated Dollies, as I don’t currently have them in my Etsy shop!

There are only two custom slots left at the time of this writing, so if you’ve always wanted yourself (or someone else) immortalized as the head of a doll, now is the time to pledge!

We’re Kickstarting an Anthology!

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Mad Scientist Journal, which I help to edit, has just launched our first Kickstarter. We’ll be putting together an anthology of first-person accounts from residents of and visitors to the Miskatonic Valley. The stories will be a little on the creepy side, full of the Lovecraftian horrors for which Arkham and the Miskatonic Valley are known.

We will be publishing both ebook versions and a print version of this anthology, if we can get the funding that we need to do so. I’m very excited that we’ve launched this, and hopeful that it will succeed, so that we can do more projects like this!

I know this isn’t necessarily the sort of thing that all of my followers are interested in, but I wanted to share it anyway. Also, if you like crocheted things, one of the backer levels gets you one of my crocheted Cthulhu cupcakes. 🙂 So if you like mad science, H. P. Lovecraft’s world, or even good spooky stories, check out our Kickstarter for That Ain’t Right: Historical Accounts of the Miskatonic Valley