World Goth Fair is fortunate to have a number of official bloggers, and a bunch of other folks writing about it! If you have a blog post about World Goth Fair, send it on in and I’ll post it.
We’ve also been featured in the SL Destination Guide here. If you’re one of those Facebooky type people, give it a “like” if you’re so inclined.
Shadowed Darkfury (<3) of SL Freebie Hunters has two posts up about the fair, showing as many of the charity items as she could get her mitts on:
Sonya Marmurek of Astalianda has several posts up, featuring her (always) fantastic photography:
We got really lucky when Ely Hynes of Sium jumped on board right away as one of the bloggers for Goth Fair. Even though the rest of the year she’s not a goth girl, she’s had so much fun making herself one for the fair and taking terrific photos to bring these wonderful posts to everyone:
Rudhmellowen Laguna from blog powerhouse Seraphim ran around the fair trying to get as many photos of the charity items as she could. She filed this report here:
Darkley Aeon of Guerrilla Avatar made several posts as well, with terrific atmospheric backdrops by Fox Nacht of *~By Nacht~* (that you can get at the fair too!)
Shyntae Demonista (who also owns Pin Me Down- another shop at the fair who’s responsible for a bunch of the terrific makeup everyone keeps blogging) wrote these two terrific posts:
Kitty DeVaux, who blogs from Black Mirror has made this post, kindly explaining the origins of the charity we’re donating to as well as showing off some stuff she got at the fair:
Sudevi Demonia of Sudevi put together some fantastic looking styles for her blog entries- go have a look at her lovely photos:
Poly Pistachio combined a bunch of looks and a ton of stuff available at the fair into two jam packed posts!:
Nicole Twigvald, aka Orc has been exploring Goth Fair as well, and brings back her spooky reports here:
Misty Harley of Thornes on Roses put together a bunch of fantastic looks for her posts:
Zombina Gunawan of Dead Dolls was tooling around the fair the other day (I saw her on radar as I was doing a set) and she filed these posts for everyone to enjoy:
Lizzie Gudkov and London Junkers, the owners of LnL Square (which really you should go see, that place is HUGE.) took the time out of their busy schedule of creating awesome stuff to make this post:
I got a call down to Cursed a few days ago to fix a misbehaving script, where I ran into Devin Vaughn and his lovely lady friend. He told me he was blogging the fair and both of them were just delightful people. I introduced them to the Gothika (and goth fair) mascot, Orvan (beloved by all, no eating him in ways he doesn’t like.) He filed this terrific post, and Im *thrilled* that Orvan and his namesake Batmoos got blogged. Thank you Devin!
Thanks to everyone who’s blogged World Goth Fair so far. If you have a post (or a bunch of posts!) you’d like to share, just let us know!
Over the weekend I got very nice IM from a writer for an SL magazine(which one, I can’t recall) who wanted to do a story on World Goth Month stuff. Unfortunately, my viewer crashed before I could get to it, and they never sent a NC, so I don’t know who they were.
If it was you, can you ping me again? I’d track you down if I knew who you were.
ETA: I found the name! I found the name!
This morning, Dare and I had a meeting to discuss the policy regarding bloggers for World Goth Fair.
We decided jointly that we would prefer to include anyone who would like to participate with us, and not have a limited list of official slots.
That being said, if you would still like to join us, please tell us. We will send along a blogger’s welcome package, and if you would like I am happy to invite you to the World Goth Fair group.
We think anyone who wants to help out should be able to, and there should be no limits on how many slots there should be for bloggers, as they don’t require booth space or some other finite resource.
We apologize that it took us time to decide that, and if you’d be willing, we’d like very much to have you participate.