Bones of the Coast


Bones of the Coast – Fake Geek Girls

Fake Geek Girls is a podcast that explores pop culture from both a fan and critical perspective. Its “Children’s Horror” installment looks at Coraline, The Graveyard Book, Over the Garden Wall… and Bones of the Coast!

“If you like ‘earthy’ horror… it’s very, very Pacific Northwest…. The anthology takes what I love about the Pacific Northwest: the dreariness; it’s dreary but it’s also vibrant because everything is green…. It takes that and the fact that it can be very damp and very isolated. I really, really enjoyed that.”

To hear more about Bones of the Coast and other horror, check out Fake Geek Girls #53: Children’s Horror.

 


Bones of the Coast – Marie Does Book Reviews

Our horror anthology, Bones of the Coast, was reviewed by the blog “Marie Does Book Reviews“:

“Bones of the Coast is an awesome, scary, beautiful anthology and I have mixed feelings about it. Good mixed feelings! All of the stories contained inside are both interesting and, well, vaguely upsetting. Which was probably the point…. This anthology also serves to show that every visual and narrative style can be used to make a great story. From Kevin Forbes and Reetta Linjama’s classic storytelling in ‘The Logging Road’ to Sean Karemaker’s more stylistic approach in ‘The Ghosts We Know,’ all of these stories are not just effective at, well, telling a story, but also at conveying an atmosphere, which is what more than half of what horror is about in the end. It’s not what the story tells you, it’s what it makes you feel.

To read more, check out Marie’s review of Bones of the Coast: Tales of Terror of the Pacific Northwest.

 


Bones of the Coast – Vancouver Is Awesome 2

The blog Vancouver Is Awesome has posted a review of our latest anthology: Bones of the Coast. Reviewer Bob Kronbauer:

“wound up being completely engaged from cover to cover, partly due to the great writing and eclectic styles of more than 20 artists, but because it really screams ‘British Columbia.’ From the Skytrain to BC Ferries to logging roads and the Sea to Sky Highway, the settings are all familiar. The subject matter as well; invasive species, camping, Japanese internment during WWII and more. It’s all wrapped into a horror theme so these somewhat inert subjects (aside from internment, which was actual horror) create worlds that we haven’t entirely inhabited but are still close to.”

To read more, check-out the full Bones of the Coast review.


Bones of the Coast’s Kickstarter Kicked-Ass! 2

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The Kickstarter for Bones of the Coast, Cloudscape’s latest anthology, has ended, and it earned $48,438 from 1,362 backers! That’s 166% of our initial goal of $29,200! We surpassed all three of our stretch goals, resulting in extra money for our contributors and a spot foil & spot gloss for our anthology. You’ve helped to make Bones of the Coast not just a reality but a phenomenal success. Thanks to the enthusiasm of our backers, Bones of the Coast will be the first Cloudscape anthology to pay all of its creators a professional rate for their contributions to the anthology.


Only Three Days Left in “Bones of the Coast” Kickstarter!

bones of the coastCloudscape’s fundraiser for Bones of the Coast closes on August 18. That means there’s only three days left to pre-order our exciting new horror anthology, featuring such comic greats as Simon Roy, Renee Nault, Alina Pete, and Sean Karemaker! Pick it up at the Bones of the Coast Kickstarter page while there is still time.


Less Than Two Weeks Left in “Bones of the Coast” Kickstarter

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The fundraiser for Bones of the Coast closes on August 18, in only 10 days. That’s less than two weeks to get your own copy of Cloudscape’s latest anthology! Though we have earned enough to finance the project, we still have numerous stretch goals we want to reach and we need your help. What are you waiting for? There are still numerous goodies available (such as original art from many of our talented contributors, and of course your own copy of our horror anthology. Pick it up at the Bones of the Coast Kickstarter page while there is still time.


Cloudscape’s latest anthology is on Kickstarter!


Cloudscape’s latest comics anthology is on Kickstarter! Bones of the Coast is a full-colour, 220+ page comic anthology, chock-full of horror from the Pacific Northwest. Simultaneously haunting and hauntingly beautiful, BOTC is guaranteed to tickle your fancy. The anthology features 35 different creators from British Columbia, the Pacific Northwest, and abroad–and the stories within are sure to thrill and terrify. For more information, visit the Bones of the Coast Kickstarter and order your copy today!

 


Cloudscape HQ will be closed April 20 as we’ll be at SNAG!

snagAs we mentioned before, on Wednesday, April 20, Cloudscauep will be participating in SNAG at the Cobalt Club, painting original artwork and selling books from 7:30 to midnight. Because of that, the HQ will be closed on April 20. So come over to the Cobalt instead! A lot of great artists from our upcoming book Bones of the Coast will be painting there, including Renee Nault, Reetta Linjama, Simon Roy, and Pam Wishbow. Stop on by!


Cloudscape Edition of SNAG

snagWednesdays at the Cobalt Club is SNAG, where artists paint all night and the club raffles them off. It’s a great way to get some original artwork without losing a bundle. Cloudscape will be participating in SNAG on April 20th from 7:30 – midnight. We’ll be raising money for Bones of the Coast that night, we want everyone in Cloudscape to come if possible. See SNAG’s Facebook page for more information.