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Bayou Arcana: Songs of Loss and Redemption


There is a place deep down South where dreams come true and nightmares find flesh. A place where the oppressed discover freedom and the oppressor violent retribution.

The swamp is alive with many a lost soul’s tale.

Bayou Arcana unlocks a universe steeped in Southern Gothic Romance and spattered with supernatural horror. Featuring 10 new stories by the hottest upcoming (male) writing and (female) art talent on offer.

Enter the Arcana if you dare…

For those of you interested in exactly who is doing what, here is the list:

1). The Tale of Ol’ Mercy - story: Jimmy Pearson, art: Valia Kapadai (10 pages)
2). Comfort and Joy - story: Darren Ellis, art: Davina Unwin (11 pages)
3). Irons in the Fire - story: Corey Brotherson, art: Jennie Gyllblad (11 pages)
4). True Reflections - story: Steve Tanner, art: Alex Thompson (10 pages)
5). Tohopoka - story: Alexi Conman, art: Vicky Stonebridge (12 pages)
6). Promises - story: Matt Gibbs, art: Sara Dunkerton (6 pages)
7). Small World - story: Matthew Craig, art: Dani Abram (14 pages)
8). Grinder Blues - story: Jimmy Pearson, art: Lynsey Hutchinson (11 pages)
9). Swamp Pussy and the Hanged Man – story: Cy Dethan, art: Nic Wilkinson (12 pages)
10). Six Bullets - story: Jimmy Pearson, art: Patricia Echavarri-Riego (12 pages)
11). The ‘Skeeter - story: Jimmy Pearson, art: Jenny Clements (12 pages)
Note: Intended for mature readers.
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This title was added to our catalog on June 23, 2013.