in the store this month,
the mystery postcards are on sale for $2
and digital downloads of issues 1 and 2 of Queer Imaginings are $0.99 each
Image Description: A sketchbook is open, on the page you see Stimpy from “Ren and Stimpy” drawn as a key interlocking with Red Drawn as a lock, Stimpy has a thought bubble that says “Joy!” with a heart drawn into the bubble. above them “Love is the Key!” was written. iit is signed and Dated: BOB CAMP 2016.
Image Description: a boo is open and on the 1st page you see a skeleton key with a red face and a yellow bow on its head as the top of the key, the body of the key is grey and white and looks like dress clothes, the teeth of the key look like black dress shoes. the 2nd page of the book you see a skeleton key with a heart with a skull in the center of it at the top of the key, the key has a thin body and the teeth of the key has 3 prongs on one side with a hook on the other.
Image description: A sketchbook is open, on the 1st page you see a skeleton key drawn with fine teeth at the bottom and blue markings on the ring at the top. On the 2nd page you see a skeleton key drawn with a skull at the top of the key and the body and teeth of the key are made from bones. you see a red and yellow sketch from the next page bleeding through onto this page.
Image Description: A sketchbook is open to its first page, there is a hand written quote on the interior cover that reads ‘”Believing in yourself is the key to being a complete person. If you’ve got the key, it can unlock any door and take you wherever you want to go.” -Rendall Locke from “Locke and Key” by Joe Hill, the First page of the book you see a Skeleton Key droawn with a signature and a stamp below it.