Gaining confidence in my art, I’ve started to promote myself again. This means I’ve taken a chance and stuck my neck out, asking galleries, publishers and magazines if they could use my artwork. One the places where I submitted my art was to Gothesque Magazine. As you may have guessed, it’s a magazine for lovers of dark and gothic things. They especially value ghost girls, so I thought I ‘d submit some of my spooky art. Although most of the magazine heavily features luscious photography with gothically costumed babes, they also include spooky fiction, poetry and artwork.
Well, lo-and-behold, a few weeks later, I received a message that they wanted to include my artwork. They said I might even possibly have my art on the cover. I didn’t believe that would happen, but I was flattered that they’d even consider my art. I was also flattered that they wanted to interview me for the magazine. They asked me some compelling questions that I had never been asked before, so I had to give them some answers.
Coming in mid-July, you’ll have the chance to see some new art from me (not ever published on the internet or exhibited in the real world). I promise it’s as luscious as the photography and you will get to read my answers to the following questions:
1. Where is the "Strange Land of Beelaungeen"?
2. Can you tell us more about the "Strange Secret Society"?
3. Have you had any dreams or nightmares stand out recently?
Make sure you get your digital or paper copy at this link. My interview and art will be in Issue 75. I can’t wait.