Boom Box! Announces new series ‘Lumberjanes’
After the crazy first issue of Boom Box!’s first new series that was The Midas Flesh, they have just announced a all new second series called Lumberjanes.
This series, written by Noelle Stevenson and Grace Ellis with art by Brooke Allen, will focus on five girls attending a scout camp where there is some creepy stuff in the woods that they will probably have to fight.
The series is being billed as “Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Gravity Falls,” and also promises that they at some point fight a yeti. If you are not on board yet, then I question your taste in awesomeness.
Lumberjanes is set to come out sometime this spring.
LUMBERJANES, the new series I’m co-writing for BOOM! Studios, has just been announced!!!! I’m so excited, y’all. Girls, at camp, fighting spooky supernatural monsters. It’s gonna be amaze.
(Source: comicsalliance.com, via ohheygrace)
• 7 January 2014 • 33,365 notes
My bed is the handsomest. Pendleton Crater Lake camp blanket, handmade Pendleton pillow, aubergine flannel sheets, and Mary Oliver + a nice pen for good measure.
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a parliament of owls (at Alpine Meadows Retreats)
• 23 May 2013
“The only way to work successfully from a home office (or kitchen table or couch) is to do things the way you would in a real office: by sitting (or standing) in front of a computer for the majority of your waking hours and Getting It Done. I’ve never understood people who say, “I could never work in an office from nine to five every day, it would be like being in a box,” because when you’re working from home, you still have to work in a box. It’s just a box you have to make and lock yourself. For me, this is much harder than it would be if the box was in an office somewhere, because then I would not have to turn the place I watch Netflix in into a place of business and back twice a day.”
— On Autostraddle, I wrote about why I probably love you but can’t get coffee with you because I am at work. (via carolynyates)
• 15 May 2013 • 85 notes
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• 23 April 2013 • 4 notes
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• 12 March 2013 • 1 note
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• 18 February 2013
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• 20 October 2012 • 3 notes
THE FIFTY YEAR SWORD is an odd duck. It’s a ghost story. It’s a narrative poem. It’s a word game. It’s needlework art. It’s experimental. And it’s also pretty cool. Mark Z. Danielewski, who wrote the novel House of Leaves, has created a successful work out of loose odds and ends bound together in a rich tapestry. But again, it’s pretty peculiar. (via Of Ronins and Jabberwockys | Books | Portland Mercury)
• 17 October 2012