Jim Peters (aka Melmoth the Wanderer) has the following message for all Black Meadow Travellers.
Some very exciting news for those of you with a creative side....
To commemorate the release of `Christmas on the Black Meadow' (by Chris Lambert with artwork by Andy Paciorek) Melmoth the Wanderer put together a very special mix. This was then edited down to just over 3 minutes and broadcast on Christmas Eve on BBC Tees radio by Bob Fischer.
Now we are turning it over to all of you to see what you can create as an accompanying film for the short radio edit.
If you contact Jim Peters at Septimus.email@example.com he can send you a copy of the radio edit to use as the soundtrack but what images or creative techniques you choose to accompany the mix is entirely up to you.
It isn't a competition with an outright winner and a prize but we will make a point of posting and sharing every submission on the Folk Horror Revival Page (as long as they are appropriate) and will of course use that opportunity to promote you as an artist.
This is a wonderful chance to let people know of your work, add to the Folk Horror canon and become a part of the ever growing Black Meadow mythos. Please feel free to get in touch for a copy of the track or further info....and spread the word.
Below is a link to the edited track.
Buy "The Black Meadow Archive - Volume 1" - The LP
- Buy Tales from the Black Meadow - The Book
- Buy The Album
- Christmas on the Black Meadow
- The Readers Are Listening
- Buy "Songs from the Black Meadow"
- Songs from the Black Meadow
- The Book - Reviews
- Black Meadow Phenomena
- The CD - Reviews
- Where is Black Meadow?
- Other works by Chris Lambert
- The Poems of Sir Stanley Coulton
- Lost on the Black Meadow