Because being unable to read is true horror

Montréal, June 25 2013. La Maison des viscères expands its fundraising campaign for literacy. The
literary horror publisher puts to auction the original watercolor "Exodes", created by québécois artist Yannick Bouchard. Limited edition reproductions of the watercolor are also available. The watercolor was nominated for the Aurora-Boréal prize 2013 in the "Artistic and audiovideo creation" category.

"We chose alphabetization because we believe that the promotion of reading and writing improves quality of life, declared one of the editors of La Maison des viscères, Frédéric Raymond. Supporting alphabetization is fighting poverty."

People interested in buying the original watercolor can bid in the Ebay auction. The reproductions are available on the website of La Maison des viscères at All profits raised will be donated to la Fondation pour l'alphabétisation (Literacy fundation).

La Maison des viscères

La Maison des viscères is the shared vision of Alamo St-Jean and Frédéric Raymond. They aim to set standards for extreme french litterature, in particular in the genres of horror, gore and bizarro, by presenting uncensored texts under a bloody design. The french language anthologies Agonies and Exodes are available in paperback and ebooks at

Bid for the original watercolor.

Reproductions of the watercolor made by Yannick Bouchard:

Limited print (50 copies)
Size 9" by 13" (incuding a ¾" white margin)
Printed on Cougar 260M 16.5pts
Signed and numbered by the artist
20$ + shipping


All of the profits made by this sale will go to la Fondation pour l'alphabétisation charity (Literacy fundation).

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