My short story “Inversion” (a pinch of Gothic horror, a touch of psycho-talk, a re-reading and re-telling of the Greek Minotaur’s legend) is published in the Yellow Booke, HERE.
This is the illustration for my story kindly provided by Old Tales Press’ editor M. Grant Kellermeyer:
I love it, love the stark b/w contrast and little details that really connect to the story and to the way I envisioned this retelling of the myth.
You can read my story “Inversion” alongside others in the Yellow Booke for free HERE.
I was reminded of this short film, written and filmed in 48 hours for the Mental Health film challenge. I wrote the script as quickly as I could, and then we filmed and it was super tiring and stressing and such great fun!
Here’s the film:
The film didn’t win the challenge, but received a special mention. The brief was to show how pervasive and limiting mental issues are (whatever the specific illness: anxiety, depression, etc). I thought to make it a Presence, tangible for the sufferer, always present (hence the title) and also something to fight against, with support. Support is fundamental.