This may not be what “The Chief” is looking forward to… but it’s close. Real close.
Happy New Year to all of you, from all of us. We have it on good authority that 2011 is going to be a hell of a year. Especially for fans of serialized storytelling. But more on that next year. Tonight, go celebrate and send out 2010 in style!
Well… none of us are British here at Eat Your Serial… so this probably isn’t the holiday we’re looking forward to the most.
What do people do on Boxing Day anyway? Is this right?
There are 17 days left until Christmas and we here at Eat Your Serial are busy decorating. I think one of us may be a bit confused about what holiday we’re actually celebrating, but I think it’s safe to say that from this picture this clearly is not what we’re all looking forward to here…
With only 17 days left, are you done with your shopping yet? What are some of the traditions that you participate in every year?
What books are you hoping will be placed under the tree?
We hope everyone enjoys a wonderful Chanukah this year! We here at Eat Your Serial are all about the Jewish high holidays, but something’s not quite right with this picture… probably not the holiday we’re looking forward to…
How are you spending your Chanukah days?
What are some of the best stories you’ve read by Jewish authors? Or that have central Jewish characters?
The Eat Your Serial staff is comprised of people from various backgrounds, so we’re going to make sure we celebrate all of the big holidays this year. Starting with Thanksgiving:
Each week, starting December 1st, we’re going to be putting out EYS Holiday Cards on this here blog, and our Facebook page. We’re going to want to know how you celebrate the holidays when we do.
For all of us though, there’s one particular holiday that we’re looking forward to here at Eat Your Serial. Keep following these holiday cards to find out which one…
I’m not a morning person, so I’m going to keep this short and sweet and then I’m going to try to go back to bed. I say try because I’m buzzing and truly blown away by the support of the growing Eat Your Serial community that lead to the successful completion of our Kickstarter campaign.
100 supporters. $7,105 raised.
As far as I’m concerned, those numbers are nothing short of astonishing, and I wanted to take a moment and thank you all. So on behalf of myself and everyone on the Eat Your Serial team, I want to express our humble gratitude. Your support has guaranteed that we can launch an amazing platform to promote up-and-coming creative talent.
Just wait until you see what comes next. And it’s all thanks to you.
Eat Your Serial
On Saturday August 14th, we held our first public event – Drink Your Serial – at Paladar on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. We had 60+ people show up, we raffled off 4 amazing prizes throughout the night, and killed two kegs worth of Brooklyn Lager until nearly 3am – we are calling that a wild success and really do thank everyone for showing their support! If you missed it, don’t worry – we’re already hard at work planning another party – and lets just say, this one will be nothing less than a bash.
Check out these pictures from the fantastic photographer, Corey Torpie, and if you want to see more check out our Facebook Page!
Signs like this are how you know it’s going down.
Senior Editors reduced to shameless promotion…
Plaid. The literary world’s best friend and worst enemy.
If our photographer is organizing a game of flip cup… who’s taking the pictures?
Jenn & Shawn
Thanks again to everyone who came out! You made the event a bigger success then we ever could have imagined!