My Animated Show Grievance Gulch got Nominated for an Award PLUS Live Gallows
Thank you, Indie Series Awards
I can still barely believe we managed to finish and launch Grievance Gulch back in August of 2022. I got to work with a great team of writers, brilliant actors, as well as artists and animators. It was a dream come true while also being way more work than I thought.
You can watch most of the episodes here (one is held back because we’re waiting to hear on another thing).
Last night I found out we’d been nominated for the Indie Series Awards for 2023. As such, I am now allowed to display my show’s artwork WITH this part added on:
This image is what’s called my “laurels,” as in the phrase, “resting on his laurels,” which means constantly pointing to one’s past achievements rather than acting to achieve new things. Of course I’m happy to be indolent and receive praise anyway, but I’m not sure I’m quite there yet.
Definitely willing to give it a try. Hoping it’s like this:
There are a few parties that go along with the awards, but since they take place in Los Angeles and I live in Los Atlanta-geles I won’t be able to make a fool of myself at those parties. One of our writers, Matt Newcomb, will represent us instead.
Thanks everyone who helped, who donated to the crowdfund, and of course, all of you who subscribe to this here substonk.
I’m Going To Perform This Newsletter Live
It might sound impossible. But, as Henry Ford once said:
“People who quote me are usually soft-skulled leadership bros who probably lost a heap on crypto.” — Henry Ford
For these reasons among many others I am going to perform selected pieces from last year’s Laughing Gallows live, here in Atlanta, in April and May.
I don’t have dates to share yet. But they’ll be along. Fret not on that score.
Thanks for everything. Share this newsletter with everyone whether they be living humans, ghosts, or cloven-hoofed beasts.