One night, Edvard was lost and stumbled upon an abandoned house in the neighborhood. A whisper called to him. Following it, he entered a room with a mirror which showed no reflection. And with a single touch, a portal was opened into a world he could not have imagined. Now it’s up to him to save the town from creatures of the nether.
Here is Shawn’s rendition of the above illustration…
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Short tasty bits
Underneath The Juniper Tree (UTJT) began in June, 2011. Since then we’ve been collecting a tasty smorgasbord of writing and artwork that tantalizes and terrifies children and adults alike. Our contributors range from children to adults, nobodies to somebodies and everything in between, all with the talent to scare us.
We would like to showcase these amazing writers and artists from all over the world by printing an anthology of our favourite pieces since UTJT set its roots.
We know it’s important for new creatives to have their work become a tangible piece of their passion that they can hold with pride. Please help us support the incredible work of these people in our 2011-2012 Anthology.