In Final Moments
Feb 02, 2022
Wow, Christophe, thank you for sharing so much. I had no idea, but I am really grateful that you felt comfortable enough to open up to us. You are a brother, and always part of the fold here. I love you, man, and I wish we had been able to stay closer after the magazine had to close its doors. A huge part of that is my fault, as my life had kind of unraveled a bit, so I just fell out of touch with everyone. And we all had on and off times at the morgue, but we all helped support and prop each other up. Family, man. On the lighter side of things, convergence was an absolute blast, and yeah, you definitely almost killed me. Or so I am told. I really don't remember, but I think it was "orange juice" that you had brought along in our wild van ride up to Canada. I am still surprised we got through customs so quickly with that thing (the van, not the "orange juice"). And yeah, to be fair, my original seed of the magazine was selfish, I wanted to see my artwork published, but it quickly became so much bigger than me and more noble than that. I am proud that The City Morgue gave you a platform to write and the courage, persistence (and deadlines) to finish up the Sobibor Retrievers. I keep toying with the idea of making a new section of this website for submissions - Art, stories and the like, but there are much bigger and more focused platforms to help artists and writers be more successful. But it is nice to have those little wisps of daring.
Memories of the Morgue from the Editor
In Final Moments
Feb 01, 2022
Definitely some shenanigans. But a great time, lots of laughs, fun, and amazing content and people.