Southern Gothic

Editor Spotlight: Rose Yndigoyen

Readers of our Southern Gothic anthology may remember Rose Yndigoyen from her contribution “Long Gone Girls,” about which Amy Susan Willson said: “captures the mood of a young woman who yearns for human connection so strongly that she invents an

Editor Spotlight: Rose Yndigoyen

Readers of our Southern Gothic anthology may remember Rose Yndigoyen from her contribution “Long Gone Girls,” about which Amy Susan Willson said: “captures the mood of a young woman who yearns for human connection so strongly that she invents an

Southern Gothic Press Roundup

We’ve had some great press for the Southern Gothic anthology. Here’s a quick roundup of what people are saying…

Southern Gothic Press Roundup

We’ve had some great press for the Southern Gothic anthology. Here’s a quick roundup of what people are saying…

It All Began With “The Arrival”

You have no doubt seen our meme series for Southern Gothic featuring the incredible artwork by Nathan Mark Philips. If you have read the collection, you have seen the splendor of these works in full. Each piece of art was specifically created for each piece of writing. All except one. You see, it all began with “The Arrival.”

It All Began With “The Arrival”

You have no doubt seen our meme series for Southern Gothic featuring the incredible artwork by Nathan Mark Philips. If you have read the collection, you have seen the splendor of these works in full. Each piece of art was specifically created for each piece of writing. All except one. You see, it all began with “The Arrival.”

#SouthernGothic Memes

Over the past twelve weeks we have offered our readers a glimpse into Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South by featuring a tease quote from each piece of writing with a sliver of its respective original artwork. Gathered here for the first time are all the memes created for our social media promotion.

#SouthernGothic Memes

Over the past twelve weeks we have offered our readers a glimpse into Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South by featuring a tease quote from each piece of writing with a sliver of its respective original artwork. Gathered here for the first time are all the memes created for our social media promotion.

“Fallen” by Michael Teague b/w “Jolene” [NLSP Video Single]

Remember the Southern Gothic unboxing video that Jordan, our Creative Director, put together and posted last week? And remember the music by Michael Teague? Well, there’s more where that came from. As part of Southern Gothic we decided to do a little YouTube single of sorts featuring Michael’s music. Photo by luke kurtis

“Fallen” by Michael Teague b/w “Jolene” [NLSP Video Single]

Remember the Southern Gothic unboxing video that Jordan, our Creative Director, put together and posted last week? And remember the music by Michael Teague? Well, there’s more where that came from. As part of Southern Gothic we decided to do a little YouTube single of sorts featuring Michael’s music. Photo by luke kurtis

Southern Gothic unboxing video

Here at NLSP we love receiving books. Nothing is more exciting than opening up a brown box and connecting with the work inside. In fact, we love the printed page so much we have once again teamed up with bd-studios.com

Southern Gothic unboxing video

Here at NLSP we love receiving books. Nothing is more exciting than opening up a brown box and connecting with the work inside. In fact, we love the printed page so much we have once again teamed up with bd-studios.com

This is #SouthernGothic

We discovered early on that the Southern Gothic genre means many things to many people. It’s one of those genres that has so many interpretations. That’s fine with us, though, because we don’t like to pinpoint things as black and white around here. Life–and literature–is so much more interesting in those grey areas! Thumbnail photo by luke kurtis

This is #SouthernGothic

We discovered early on that the Southern Gothic genre means many things to many people. It’s one of those genres that has so many interpretations. That’s fine with us, though, because we don’t like to pinpoint things as black and white around here. Life–and literature–is so much more interesting in those grey areas! Thumbnail photo by luke kurtis

Artist Spotlight: Nathan Mark Phillips

Nathan Mark Philips is a digital artist who lives in the Tampa Bay area of Florida within the city of New Port Richey. His hometown is Cleveland, Tennessee. Thumbnail photo by Elizabeth Gordon

Artist Spotlight: Nathan Mark Phillips

Nathan Mark Philips is a digital artist who lives in the Tampa Bay area of Florida within the city of New Port Richey. His hometown is Cleveland, Tennessee. Thumbnail photo by Elizabeth Gordon

Author Spotlight: Just Some Good Ole Boys and Girls

Grab a cool one and warm up by the fire, these three authors bring the rich history of storytelling to the printed page.They’ll mesmerize you with their tales of love and loss like only a true southern can. Thumbnail photo by Emily Ruth Isaacson

Author Spotlight: Just Some Good Ole Boys and Girls

Grab a cool one and warm up by the fire, these three authors bring the rich history of storytelling to the printed page.They’ll mesmerize you with their tales of love and loss like only a true southern can. Thumbnail photo by Emily Ruth Isaacson

Author Spotlight: Academics; Scholars; and Archivists; Oh, My

Not only are these four authors masters of their fields, they are also masters of their craft. These writers paint a picture of the south so authentic you’ll feel like you’re right there (if you aren’t already). Thumbnail photo by Emily Ruth Isaacson

Author Spotlight: Academics; Scholars; and Archivists; Oh, My

Not only are these four authors masters of their fields, they are also masters of their craft. These writers paint a picture of the south so authentic you’ll feel like you’re right there (if you aren’t already). Thumbnail photo by Emily Ruth Isaacson