By Keeper of the Quill @RiversofGrue
“There is a buzz building as we speak. Word is beginning to filter across the worldwide web for a project which I make no secret of my personal attachment to. Trauma Dolls is coming and already people are beginning to salivate over the prospect. This week represents a significant rung in the ladder as we commence our climb. On Friday it was revealed by our very own Gillian Gibson that the first of many Trauma Weeks is now officially upon us. This is an adoring celebration of this magnificent proposition and also a statement of intent as the Grueheads pledge their allegiance to its eternal cause. We don’t do things by halves and thus it seemed only right to make a noise for all to hear. Heads are turning, cogs too, as the world becomes aware of just how exclusive a proposition Emilie Flory is suggesting. This film is going to blow head gaskets like diesel in an unleaded tank. That’s right; the Trauma Dolls are set to annihilate.
This is where we all have an opportunity to ensure that our glorious collective voice be heard in no uncertain terms. For the uninitiated amongst us, and until recently I would have fit this demographic, allow me to introduce you to the art of hashtagging. If, like Keeper, your preferred medium for social networking is Twitter then you should be aware of this new-fangled craze. For as much as it may appear ineffectual, the application of a single hashtag can draw attention to a word or phrase. By entering #TraumaDolls into your search bars, you will instantly be transported to a page dedicated to any similarly themed tweets…
Already a number of well-respected artists have begun work on their own interpretations of Emilie’s dark vision. Right now, we are being steadily drip-fed data and there is much still to ascertain about this formidable concept. However, Trauma Dolls is an enigma. The numerous tantalizing promotional posters speak loud and clear about both its verve and vogue. Fashion and passion ooze out of every image; style and guile are present in über-abundance. The horror theme affords Emilie an opportunity to inject depth into an often shallow industry; offering one-part expose and the other intimate insight. By delving so deep into the cerebral make-up of our crestfallen angel Bijou; Emilie affords us personal attachment unbounded and we get to see the world she sees through her magnificent blackened peepers.”…