Haute Macabre Staff Favorites For 2017: S. Elizabeth’s Picks

by on Feb.07, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from | Go to Original Post

Spooder tattoo

Some personal thoughts on 2017…

2017 was a year of endings and beginnings and challenges and rising to the occasion. In January I traveled to Washtington DC with my beloved sisters for the Women’s March, which was both exhilarating and humbling, but more than anything, taught me that though I may have a heart of good intentions– intention, without action, is worthless. It also helped to set the tone for the rest of the year: knowing when to speak up and make my voice heard, and knowing when to shut my mouth and listen. I did much of the way of listening in 2017– and learning, I hope, as well.

In February, my grandmother–my family’s sole remaining elder–passed away. This passing, while heartbreaking, ended several years’ worth of worry and concerns that had been troubling me–but brought along with it an entirely new set of responsibilities to deal with, many of which I am still tackling. For all intents and purposes, I am the matriarch of our small family now, and quite honestly, most days I still don’t even feel like an adult.

In May, I traveled to Portland and Seattle for the loveliest birthday visit with my dear friends and Haute Macabre coven members Maika and Sonya. In July I spent an amazing evening with my best good friend in the world, eating ramen and watching the sublimely ridiculous Frankenhooker– though I did not know it in those moments, it would be the last time I would easily spend time with her; she has since had to move to the Northeast for her job.

Witchpix

And in the autumn of 2017, I congregated in Salem, again with Maika and Sonya, for an amazing whirlwind trip encompassing a great deal of activity in a very short amount of time! Goth glamor shots at Witch Pix, the Bloodmilk night market, Ashley Rose Couture’s exquisite My Dearest Dust show, group spooder tattoos at Black Veil Tattoo, a gorgeous jaunt around Mount Auburn Cemetery, and Sonya’s exceptional poetry reading at the Satanic Temple. In addition to finally getting the opportunity to meet our fearless leaders, Sam and Erin, I also met a marvelous new friend who took amazing care of us while we were there (I cannot thank you enough, kind-hearted and generous Jo!) AND in spite of how frightened and anxious I was, I was beyond thrilled to meet and say hello to the artists I respect and admire, at various stops along the way, as well as the friends who made it their business to overcome their anxieties and say hello to me! People actually wanted to meet me! Who knew?

2017 was an incredible year for connecting with artists and creators, and for working past my issues to reach out to people, to put myself out there, to work hard, and to get stuff done. I am proud to say that in the past year I penned 20+ interviews for Haute Macabre, for a total of 50 essays, articles, and features in general for the site! In addition to maintaining my own personal blog, Unquiet Things. And I know, without a doubt, that 2018 will be every bit as inspiring, empowering, and productive.

In the meantime, though, here are some of my favorite things from 2017…

 BOOKS

PaperBacks From Hell

Paperbacks From Hell The best of all my favorite things: horror + a book that recommends more books for me.

The Pillow Book Certainly not a current title, but 2017 is when I finally read the whole of Sei Shonagon’s diary of poetic musings, exquisite lists, and not-always-kind witticisms and criticisms. As lovely as her glimpses at life in the Empress’s court can seem, she can also be quite scathing in her depictions and thoughts of others. I’m pretty sure that Sei Shonagon is the OG Heian period mean girl–and that, too, fascinates me.

My Favorite Thing Is Monsters Another diary, the sketches and observations of a 12 year old, monster-obsessed girl growing up in Chicago in the late 60s. Emotional, expressive, messy, and marvelous.

Ask Baba Yaga Weird and wise, poetic and profound. Clarity from the ultimate crone.

Hunger  In this painfully private memoir, Roxane Gay writes intimately, sensitively, and bravely about the trauma would define her relationship with food, desire, and denial for decades; about facing herself and living in her “unruly” body and what it is to hunger for something. In writing this sentence about a book I read almost a year ago, I am weeping fresh tears of rage and recognition again – for Gay’s experiences. For my own. For yours. For all of our hungers, and all of the ways that we may never be fed, or full.

MOVIES

SamSpratt_TheLure_Movie_Poster_Polish_Mermaid_Vampire_Musical

The Lure  Did you know that you wanted an offbeat Polish hybrid horror-Europop musical of The Little Mermaid in your life? Trust me, you do

Get Out  From the moment I heard that Jordan Peele was making a horror film, I had been rabidly anticipating his directorial debut; this brilliant, brutal, creepy, uncomfortable nightmare was perfect in every way, except, I suppose in ways that I wish it didn’t have to be. I don’t think I have the words or the wisdom to unpack and address what I mean to say here, and you know, I think that’s ok. Sometimes, as I mentioned above, it is best to keep your mouth shut and listen to what people are trying to tell you, and Get Out has got a lot to say.

Prevenge  A gleefully demented horror-comedy in which a single mother’s unborn child encourages her to go on a killing spree. As ridiculous and fun as it sounds.


ARTISTS

tumblr_opxnuyjTkH1ty8kogo1_1280

Robin Isely https://sliplead.tumblr.com

tumblr_ofz2j01jw21rhqchoo1_500

Kim Myatt http://www.ysvyri.com 

Laura Sheridan Witch King

Laura Sheridan (Sheridan’s Art) https://www.sheridansart.com

PODCASTS

badbooksbadpeople-podcastcover-screen

Bad Books For Bad People Two of my favorite weirdos discussing the weirdest, kinkiest, and most outrageous fiction they can unearth.

The Witch Wave A sonic coven wherein scholar and mystic Pam Grossman engages in insightful and intriguing conversations about the relationship between magic and creativity with bewitching visionaries.

SOCIAL MEDIAS

tumblr_p19rx2qBT81wkaqv3o1_1280

Instagram:

DreamersOfDecadence  A classical art cult of opulent, sumptuous beauty.

CheeseSexDeath Erika Kubick believes cheese is the sexiest, holiest food there is and wants to inspire us to explore this mysterious world of funky rinds and fuzzy molds.

Facebook:

Paperback Paradise  Parody book covers from a twisted alternate universe. I peek in when I need a good laugh, the kind of laugh that leaves me paralyzed and wheezing and in danger of thoroughly peeing myself.

Twitter:

Dread Singles  What if Lovecraft wrote a different sort of nonsense, the spammy “hot singles in your area” sort?

wolfpupy is a 5-month-old canine who lives in a cave and tweets whatever dumb ridiculousness comes into his head. In an interview he says, “…my biggest strength is probably my sharp teeth I got after my milk teeth fell out. My weaknesses? I don’t handle being shot with a gun or being set on fire very well.” I am kind of goofy myself, so you can see why this sort of humor would appeal to my idiot heart.

Tumblr:

Sailor Moon Texts  Outing myself here, but whatevs. Sailor Moon 4-ever ok?

Apps:

LoveNikki  A competitive fashion/fantasy game. I lost a whole month of my life to it; it’s crazy addictive.

YouTube:

I can’t tell you what my actual favorite Youtube channel is because it is a shameful, guilty pleasure (feel free to put forth your best guesses in the comments, though). So instead I’ll share my somewhat less embarrassing favorite. I’m a fan of ridiculous mukbang eating shows and Yuka Kinoshita with her frenetic energy and demented cheer while shoving enormous amounts of spicy fire ramen down her gullet is always a treat.

MUSIC

Myrkur

Lana Del Rey, Lust For Life Narcotic, nostalgic, end-of-the world balladry

Myrkur, Mareridt  Nordic black metal Lana del Rey. Kidding. Sort of.

Subrosa, More Constant Than The Gods  Ok, so this was released in 2013, but both spotify and itunes tell me it’s my most listened-to album in 2017. Vocals intones gloomily on themes of sorrow, struggle, and death, while guitars thickly drone and violins moan along with a doom-laden, dreary elegance. It’s a perfect album, and it feels pretty timeless to me, so I’m including it!

BEAUTY PRODUCT/COSMETICS

Ofra Purple Rain

Huda Beauty Desert Dusk Palette You’ll never find me wearing clothing in pink/red/orange hues, but I love these infectious, alien shades on my eyes for some reason. I am guilty of wearing several of these shimmers over lipstick, too.

Rituel de Fille Strange Creature lipstick My favorite ghost-girl-at-the-bottom-of-the-lake, “your lips but deader” (thanks for that phrase, EauMG, it’s really too perfect) lavender/grey lip shade.

Ofra Liquid Lipstick Purple Rain  Is it cheating to have two lip products here? This is the hands-down-best purple lippie I’ve ever encountered, and for a liquid lipstick, it’s got a great formula. Never crusty or uncomfortable.

The Sum Black  This is a light fragrance full of heavy meditations. Woods and phantom smoke and alternating hints of leather and metal. It feels both luxurious and austere. I picked up a bottle at Blackmail Boutique in Austin in 2016 but forgot I had it until sometime this past summer.

DESIGNERS

Void Merch

Caitlin Ffrench Mabon knit by S. Elizabeth

(Wearable) Void Merch tee shirt designs Tee shirts & jeans are my official uniform and the weirder and more inscrutable the tee, the happier I am. “Junior League Bloodcult Chainsaw Team” is my current favorite.

(Mostly wearable) Caitlin Ffrench knitting pattern/designs  There will never be enough time in the world to knit all of the things, but Caitlin Ffrench’s beautiful, and magically-not-too-difficult-but-never-boring shawl patterns have been keeping my needles constantly busy for the past year. Pictured above is the Mabon pi shawl from Caitlin’s Wheel book. I knit that gorgeousness!

(Wearable… for your bed) William Morris bed linens at Amara. After reading Bitten By Witch Fever  I was inspired to find some arsenical wallpaper reproductions for the boudoir, and while this might not be a feat for those across the pond, in the U.S. it proved more of a challenge. I was, however, able to procure a beautiful “Seaweed” bedding, including duvet cover, sheets, and pillow cases, from Amara.

(Not exactly wearable) Ashley Rose Couture  Visions of these ravishing, fantastical fairy tale creations have long haunted my dreams if not my own wardrobe.

S. Elizabeth

I did not lead in with a featured image of myself, like my beautiful friends and fellow writers did, instead I have tucked one in at the very end, sneaky-like. Though if you follow my Instagram, you’ll see I post the occasional selfie, I’m still a little squirrelly and strange about posting photos of myself so publically, especially after several years  in a former relationship with an abuser who policed and prohibited all of my activities. This was over 6 years ago now, but it’s still so odd, and freeing, and satisfying to say, “Hey world! Look at my moony face!  My dream cycle lips, my nails from the oily, black void & my weird, staring eyes!” I’m sort of joking, but I actually love this photo, and well, maybe my face is a little weird looking, but it’s the only one I’ve got. Maybe you will be seeing more of it in 2018.

(Bonus! More purple lippies I love: in this photo it is a combination of Kim Chi and Spank from Sugarpill)

Leave a Comment more...

How To Wear: An Afternoon Spent Indoors Reading When You’d Previously Planned To Leave The House

by on Feb.05, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from | Go to Original Post

How To Wear Afternoon Indoors

Nine times out of ten when I make a plan to leave the house, I talk myself out of it. Let’s face it–whatever is out there in the world that needed doing, it can wait until I read another chapter or two. Besides, it’s cold out there! No reason to venture outside the realms of civilized heated and cozy rooms. I’ll keep my boots on, though. My toes get chilly.

How to get this “How To Wear An Early February Afternoon Spent Indoors Reading When You’d Previously Planned To Leave The House For Groceries Or Something” look? See below for item details.

Void Merch Big Mood tee // Madewell Uptown mini skirt // Valley Eye Wear De La Luna glasses // Morph Knitwear Darcy fisherman’s cap // Plumetti tights // Steve Madden Pursue motorcycle boots // K Is For Black That-A-Way tote // Hag Club undies // Heretic Blood Cedar Perfume // Burial Ground Mini Twig Pentacle Ring // Bloodmilk Easeful Death. Mini Onyx Coffin ring // Arcana Obscura Snake + Dagger necklace // OCC Liptar, “Sebastian” // Concrete Minerals eyeshadow, “Wicked” // Book 1: The Girl From the Other Side Siúil, A Rún Vol. 1 // Book 2: Harrow County Volume 7 Dark Times A’Coming

 

BloodMilk Banner

 

Leave a Comment more...

Post Mortem: January 2018

by on Feb.01, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

Leave a Comment more...

Post Mortem: January 2018

by on Feb.01, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

Leave a Comment more...

Post Mortem: January 2018

by on Feb.01, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

Leave a Comment more...

Shop PSA: Haute Macabre Hair Gloss Back in Stock

by on Jan.31, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from | Go to Original Post

Haute Macabre Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab

We have just restocked the Haute Macabre Shop with a limited number of our original scent Hair Gloss!

Click here to visit the Haute Macabre Shop

Oak leaf, bourbon vanilla, almond husk, and black leather accord darkened by a 13-year aged black patchouli.

The original scent, bottled exclusively for Haute Macabre by Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, embodies the cool, dark essence that is our aesthetic. The accompanying Hair Gloss made by Black Phoenix Trading Post acts as a smoothing conditioner spray that will leave your hair silky and sleek, scented with the same notes.

BloodMilk Banner

Leave a Comment more...

Shop PSA: Haute Macabre Hair Gloss Back in Stock

by on Jan.31, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from | Go to Original Post

Haute Macabre Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab

We have just restocked the Haute Macabre Shop with a limited number of our original scent Hair Gloss!

Click here to visit the Haute Macabre Shop

Oak leaf, bourbon vanilla, almond husk, and black leather accord darkened by a 13-year aged black patchouli.

The original scent, bottled exclusively for Haute Macabre by Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, embodies the cool, dark essence that is our aesthetic. The accompanying Hair Gloss made by Black Phoenix Trading Post acts as a smoothing conditioner spray that will leave your hair silky and sleek, scented with the same notes.

BloodMilk Banner

Leave a Comment more...

Lost in The White Lodge: Twin Peaks The Return and the Artwork of Greg Ruth

by on Jan.29, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from | Go to Original Post

Months later and I’m still puzzling over Twin Peaks: The Return, trying to put my thoughts about it together into some coherent, conveyable form instead of just staring into the distance, amazed and awed. I want to discuss it and I’ve done so with friends in fits and starts, but there’s just so much process and speculate about.

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - Return

This new season was so vast and complex that I find I can scarcely contain it all in my mind, let alone keep track enough to dissect it in conversation. I suspect the best way to discuss it would be while re-watching it. To be sure, there would be lots of pausing and probably a fair bit of replaying moments and scenes, so it would take well more than the series’ 18 hour duration to complete it. And, of course, the task would require lots of coffee and pie. But who doesn’t love coffee and pie?

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - We Need to Talk About Diane

I’ve had great fun reading other people’s interpretations and theories about what actually transpired and what might’ve symbolized what over the course of Twin Peaks‘ luxuriously long 18-episode third season. Some people were terribly frustrated with this latest visit to the world of Twin Peaks, either by the third season as a whole, or its pacing (deliberately, sometimes achingly slow, which I loved), or what they perceived as a lack of closure at its end. At least it seems as though the singular being that is Wally Brando was universally beloved.

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - Gotta Light

For my part, I enjoyed every inscrutable, ecstatic, enigmatic, nauseating, delightful, whimsical, gut-wrenching, wistful, tender, hilarious, horrifying, beautiful, baffling, triumphant, and terrified minute of it. What I said at the outset of the third season remains true for me after its conclusion: it was just so good to be home, even when it was clear that home had grown much much darker and even more mysterious and menacing since our last visit.

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - That Which Is and Is Not

There were as many moments of heartfelt nostalgia as there were traumatizing new weirdnesses involving both beloved old characters and new. But my advice to those of you who, like myself, are still pondering what it all means, is to simply trust your instincts; listen to your Twin Peaks-loving heart. It knows, even if it can’t explain. One thing I’ve repeatedly read about Twin Peaks: The Return is that David Lynch intended for it to mean whatever you think it means. There is no one correct set of answers because, as Kyle McLachlan said during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter:

“…the whole journey was for the audience to experience and to take away from the experience their own interpretation. He’s just presenting his creation, and we all have our own take on it. I think as I’ve gotten older I’m less inclined to want those answers, and I’m more inclined to just let the experience sit with me and dig down in me and awaken or resonate or touch those things in me that he [Lynch] wants to as an artist. He’s special. (Laughs.) So I wouldn’t ask him.”

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - But Who is the Dreamer

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - Two Coopers

In addition to combing the internets for theories about it, the other thing I’ve been enjoying as a direct result of the return of Twin Peaks is a wealth of new additions to The White Lodge, an ongoing Twin Peaks-inspired series of phantasmagorical large scale graphite illustrations created by Massachusetts-based artist Greg Ruth, celebrating the show’s return. Some of Ruth’s original pieces from The White Lodge are still available via his webstore.

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - Non-Exist-Ent

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - You Are Far Away 1

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - And Time Presents Itself

Will there be more Twin Peaks? When the finale ended my first thought was hope that there would. Actually, that’s not true. My very first thought – once it felt like I’d returned to my body after the screen went black – was, “Holy shit, Sheryl Lee still has the most intense and fantastic scream!”

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - CALL FOR HELP

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - The Dream of Time and Space

But as I’ve since sat with all the episodes together in my head I no longer cling to the hope for more. The 18-hour movie that was the third season of Twin Peaks feels complete to me and the ending was horrifically sublime. If David Lynch decides he has more Twin Peaks story(ies) to tell, so be it. I’ll be ready. But if this is it, I’m completely satisfied.

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - Wake Up

Here’s one more quote for those still grappling with general bafflement or a lack of closure, this time from David Lynch himself in a 1990 article in the Los Angeles Times:

“Closure. I keep hearing that word. It’s the theater of the absurd. Everybody knows that on television they’ll see the end of the story in the last 15 minutes of the thing. It’s like a drug. To me, that’s the beauty of ‘Twin Peaks.’ We throw in some curve balls. As soon as a show has a sense of closure, it gives you an excuse to forget you’ve seen the damn thing.”

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - We Live Inside a Dream

Find Greg Ruth: Website // Shop // Instagram // Facebook // Tumblr // Twitter

BloodMilk Banner

Leave a Comment more...

Lost in The White Lodge: Twin Peaks The Return and the Artwork of Greg Ruth

by on Jan.29, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from | Go to Original Post

Months later and I’m still puzzling over Twin Peaks: The Return, trying to put my thoughts about it together into some coherent, conveyable form instead of just staring into the distance, amazed and awed. I want to discuss it and I’ve done so with friends in fits and starts, but there’s just so much process and speculate about.

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - Return

This new season was so vast and complex that I find I can scarcely contain it all in my mind, let alone keep track enough to dissect it in conversation. I suspect the best way to discuss it would be while re-watching it. To be sure, there would be lots of pausing and probably a fair bit of replaying moments and scenes, so it would take well more than the series’ 18 hour duration to complete it. And, of course, the task would require lots of coffee and pie. But who doesn’t love coffee and pie?

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - We Need to Talk About Diane

I’ve had great fun reading other people’s interpretations and theories about what actually transpired and what might’ve symbolized what over the course of Twin Peaks‘ luxuriously long 18-episode third season. Some people were terribly frustrated with this latest visit to the world of Twin Peaks, either by the third season as a whole, or its pacing (deliberately, sometimes achingly slow, which I loved), or what they perceived as a lack of closure at its end. At least it seems as though the singular being that is Wally Brando was universally beloved.

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - Gotta Light

For my part, I enjoyed every inscrutable, ecstatic, enigmatic, nauseating, delightful, whimsical, gut-wrenching, wistful, tender, hilarious, horrifying, beautiful, baffling, triumphant, and terrified minute of it. What I said at the outset of the third season remains true for me after its conclusion: it was just so good to be home, even when it was clear that home had grown much much darker and even more mysterious and menacing since our last visit.

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - That Which Is and Is Not

There were as many moments of heartfelt nostalgia as there were traumatizing new weirdnesses involving both beloved old characters and new. But my advice to those of you who, like myself, are still pondering what it all means, is to simply trust your instincts; listen to your Twin Peaks-loving heart. It knows, even if it can’t explain. One thing I’ve repeatedly read about Twin Peaks: The Return is that David Lynch intended for it to mean whatever you think it means. There is no one correct set of answers because, as Kyle McLachlan said during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter:

“…the whole journey was for the audience to experience and to take away from the experience their own interpretation. He’s just presenting his creation, and we all have our own take on it. I think as I’ve gotten older I’m less inclined to want those answers, and I’m more inclined to just let the experience sit with me and dig down in me and awaken or resonate or touch those things in me that he [Lynch] wants to as an artist. He’s special. (Laughs.) So I wouldn’t ask him.”

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - But Who is the Dreamer

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - Two Coopers

In addition to combing the internets for theories about it, the other thing I’ve been enjoying as a direct result of the return of Twin Peaks is a wealth of new additions to The White Lodge, an ongoing Twin Peaks-inspired series of phantasmagorical large scale graphite illustrations created by Massachusetts-based artist Greg Ruth, celebrating the show’s return. Some of Ruth’s original pieces from The White Lodge are still available via his webstore.

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - Non-Exist-Ent

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - You Are Far Away 1

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - And Time Presents Itself

Will there be more Twin Peaks? When the finale ended my first thought was hope that there would. Actually, that’s not true. My very first thought – once it felt like I’d returned to my body after the screen went black – was, “Holy shit, Sheryl Lee still has the most intense and fantastic scream!”

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - CALL FOR HELP

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - The Dream of Time and Space

But as I’ve since sat with all the episodes together in my head I no longer cling to the hope for more. The 18-hour movie that was the third season of Twin Peaks feels complete to me and the ending was horrifically sublime. If David Lynch decides he has more Twin Peaks story(ies) to tell, so be it. I’ll be ready. But if this is it, I’m completely satisfied.

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - Wake Up

Here’s one more quote for those still grappling with general bafflement or a lack of closure, this time from David Lynch himself in a 1990 article in the Los Angeles Times:

“Closure. I keep hearing that word. It’s the theater of the absurd. Everybody knows that on television they’ll see the end of the story in the last 15 minutes of the thing. It’s like a drug. To me, that’s the beauty of ‘Twin Peaks.’ We throw in some curve balls. As soon as a show has a sense of closure, it gives you an excuse to forget you’ve seen the damn thing.”

Greg Ruth - Twin Peaks - We Live Inside a Dream

Find Greg Ruth: Website // Shop // Instagram // Facebook // Tumblr // Twitter

BloodMilk Banner

Leave a Comment more...

Lvnea Limited Edition Amatory Box Set

by on Jan.25, 2018, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from | Go to Original Post

Lvnea Amatory Box Set

Just in at Lvnea, and certainly just in time for the coldest portion of the year, during which your heart and other frozen bits could use some special attention: a limited edition amatory coffer filled with love potions, philtres, unguents, and elixirs. This limited box contains luxurious creations inspired by ancient love potions, old lore, and vintage formulae for a unique and very special night of heart healing self-care or a shared amorous experience.

Lvnea amatory candle

These limited edition items come gorgeously packaged in a matte black gift box with repurposed linen ribbon and are only available as a set. Once they are gone, they are gone for good! Purchase the Lvnea limited edition amatory box set here.

Larmes de Rose Saffron and Rose Parfum Extrait
Damiana and Pomegranate Botanical Drink Elixir
Marigold Mint and Rose Luxurious Bath Crystals
Rituel de l’Amour Mini Rose and Coconut Wax candle
Attar of Rose and Frankincense Love Butter
Moonlight in the Grove Jasmine Bath Essence
Terre Rose Powdered Face Mask

Lvnea Amatory attarLvnea Amatory bathLvnea amatory butterLvnea Amatory elixirLvnea mask

 

BloodMilk Banner

Leave a Comment more...

Site Representation Request

If you have a relevant website and wish to be represented on GothicHoliday.com, please send a link to your site with a brief description and be sure to include a note granting permission to include your content. Send requests to netherworldnetwork[at]comcast[dot]net with the subject line "content feed permission" and we will be happy to consider adding your site to our family of associated websites.

Information Content Disclaimer

The views and opinions stated in any and all of the articles represented on this site are solely those of the contributing author or authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of GothicHoliday.com, The Netherworld Network, its parent company or any affiliated companies, or any individual, groups, or companies mentioned in articles on this site.