Confirm it folks!
The official re-launch of the Graveyard Girls branding was planned to take place under the banner of Con Culture Magazine, but that concept has been shelved for now. Instead, Stiff Magazine is returning, and Graveyard Girls along with it.
What’s the scope of Stiff Magazine?
Entertainment has always been the scope. We started by covering live music over 15 years ago as “Box-13 Webzine.” This will be no different. Concerts, conventions, games, movies, and television are all part of the scope.
Where will I be able to find it?
Online, for FREE, from your computer or mobile device. How easy is that? We may offer some printed materials as well. Since it is all part of MonsterCon, LLC, it will be added to the main monstercon.org website.
Do you need writers?
Absolutely! This has always been, and will always be, a community effort. Submission information is coming soon.
What is Graveyard Girls?
Graveyard Girls was originally a network of amateur models and photography hobbyists that started in 2001, and became a side feature of our original publication in 2002. D. Shane Trotter developed the concept, and it covered North and South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee.
In 2005 it became it’s own website as graveyardgirls.net, and evolved into Stiff Magazine at the end of 2009. It was available as a print magazine worldwide. The revival of Comics & Toys MonsterCon in 2012 absorbed Stiff Magazine and the Graveyard Girls branding into the new formation of MonsterCon, LLC.
Future plans will be a combination of both the amateur level we started with, and the professional level models we featured in Stiff. As it was across both versions, costuming and wardrobe will be the main scope.
Announcements are coming soon to detail authorized photographers for the Graveyard Girls branding.
See you at the graveyard!
D. Shane Trotter