Tag: Jeanette Andromeda

Halloween Short Story by John Clewarth – “Tarquin’s Byzantine Journey”

Tarquin’s Byzantine Journey Written by John Clewarth Illustrated by Jeanette Andromeda. Content warning: playfully gross humor ahead. Clickety-clack. Clickety-clack. Clickety-clack. PING – PING – PING – PING. “Attention, Train Crew: the disabled toilet alarm has been activated on the train.” Those electronic voices irritated Tarquin’s mind. They grated […]

Horror Haikuesday: Alter

Happy Haikuesday!! Here’s today’s Patrick Rahall original Haiku: Alter I look to the moon. I welcome the change each time. I live for the hunt. And here is this week’s reader submitted haiku: #HorrorHaikuesday @horror_made @PatrickRahall @pulphaiku Like snowless winter My decay goes unconcealed: Death sans burial — […]

August Winners announced!

Hello, hello my fellow creepers and welcome back! Today is a little weekend update, photos from my various photo-shoots, and *drumroll* the winners of last month’s giveaway! So, how was your weekend? Do anything fun? Did you stab any bleary-eyed monsters in the nostril and then hook them […]

Horror Haikuesday: Beast

From the team that brought you Two Sentence Story Tuesday comes Horror Haikuesday (Haiku Tuesday). Poem by Patrick Rahall, art by me! (aka Jeanette Andromeda). Beast The last thing I saw Was the creature’s broad smile When it spilled my guts. 2 Sentence Story Tuesday will live on! […]

A Brief History of Slenderman

Oh, Slenderman, you tall, many tentacled, paranormal figure with no face in the back of old photographs. Despite your sordid history, I find you inspiring. Your stark white featureless face shines like the moon above the inky blackness of your crisp suit. Oh, Slenderman, you infamous internet character who inspired dumb kids […]