We are mischief makers.
We draft essays, draw comics, produce rambling compositions. We develop fantasy-world research around real-world subjects.
We celebrate Halloween every day, mail lots of postcards, create spooky art, and write stories about monsters kissing monsters.
This covers all 7 days because I keep to a rough production schedule, but typically work 4 – 6 days a week, averaging 35-50 hours per week. When I want to take a day off, I organize it around what task has the largest backlog available.
I am at the tail end of a summer cold, I am starting to feel a bit better this morning.
While I’m in love with the idea of writing letters… I am a card writer.
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This blog launched in mid-April 2023, the re-branded/re-vamped Evil Supply Co. shop opens in Autumn 2023. We have so many plans in progress for the next few years:
A reboot of the Peyroux Dispatch, our 21-issue monster newspaper (which is available as a free download.)
A calendar tracking haunted holidays and birthdays, designed for easy following nearly everywhere (including, quite possibly, your job’s mail program).
Essays on ghost cartoons from the 80s and 90s.
On The Addams Family, Munsters, Scooby-Doo, and other comfort Halloween media.
Guides on how to host tea parties through the mail, so everyone can attend, dressed in their finest (be it a luxurious costume or extremely comfortable pajamas).
How to make mail with a great aesthetic in mind without getting bogged down with outdated etiquette rules you don’t want to follow.
A non-technical, specifically written not to be boring, guide on how to create a bank in your fantasy RPG (with side notes on how your rogue can, and should, rob it).
And so much more.
Exploring the idea of building a shop to handle “last mile print production” has immediately begun solving a lot of issues.
Are we sure, truly, that the extended branches to the Addams family tree are rooted in blood? For that matter, why would they need to be?
I want to focus on the joy of sending mail. I have an email in my inbox from a friend who “owes me” (their words) a letter from a year ago; they are not a mailer, we will likely chat forever in email, this is a perfectly comfortable reality.
The current goal is to publish an essay once a week or so, with a split focus between mail inspiration, and rambles about Halloween and cartoons, until autumn. Then we’ll publish faster and more broadly.
We operated as “Evil Supply Co.” from 2012 through 2020 and are currently rebranding, rebuilding, drawing, and writing.
Same crew, same core idea, no outside investors, we didn’t sell.
Between a traffic accident and Covid times, we have used the last few years to reorganize the back office to run better.
We are also taking this opportunity to end confusion: we are exclusively with bumbling and silliness.
There wasn’t any actual evil in Evil Supply Co. We are spooky, never scary (this isn’t a judgement, only a clarification long overdue).
We are revamping the Evil Supply Co. store and expect it to relaunch under this new name in Autumn 2023.