Hello Again my Sinister Gardeners!
Last Friday, I promised news about why I’ve been tied up and MIA for about a month here. The issue is pretty simple in that I’ve been busy but only now can I finally tell you more about what I’ve been working on. As some of you already know, I’m starting a podcast! Debuting in August, I will have what I believe will be a bi-monthly podcast called The Armchair Scholar’s Guide. It’s going to explore the history, legends, mythologies, tropes and lore behind horror figures and fearful concepts.
The debut episode is going to be shorter than the ones to follow, mostly so I can introduce it and make sure to iron out the format a bit more. I will say that as of time of writing, it is fully recorded and just in need of some editing, provided the sound files are going to behave and not make my life difficult. It will be available to people on places like Podbean, through which I can hypothetically get it uploaded to Spotify and iTunes. If that’s a bit of a pain or you don’t use either of those, I will also be uploading to YouTube. You can find me on a repurposed old YouTube channel that has since been renamed The Armchair Scholar’s Guide.
If you do decide to check it out on YouTube, be sure to subscribe and click on the notification bell so that it can (theoretically) keep track of when I upload, so you don’t have to. You’ve likely heard people tell you to do this a million times but the reason that subscribing and clicking the bell is important is that it pushes certain videos up in the algorithm and makes them easier to find. If you are not able to do things like contribute to my Patreon, please know that this is just as valuable because if enough people subscribe, I will be able to monetize my content, which I would eventually like to do.
I will have a set date for the launch very soon but in the meantime, if you want to know more about what that first episode is going to be about or you want to see a full picture of my artwork for the podcast, go ahead and subscribe to my Patreon!
Again, thank you so much for your patience and I am super excited to share this with you. I hope you enjoy it as much as I love making them!