Suzanne and Erin have been running Atlanta Cosplay Yard Sale since 2017, and decided their love of the macabre, history, their own flair for the dramatic, and event management would make a wonderful experience for Atlanta.
Suzanne has a background in office management and owns a construction company alongside her husband. She is co-chair for Monsterama, a classic horror convention in Atlanta, and regularly attends other local cons and festivals. She has 2 children who are often seen trailing behind her yelling, "Mom you’re walking too fast!"
Erin works for a large non-profit in office management. She's Volunteer Director for Monsterama and Spy Con. She's also volunteers at and attends many of the other local conventions. She loves going to the movies, sewing up a storm, and is always available for bar mitzvahs.
It’s time to travel back to 1950. We’re skipping the movie theatre and the drive-in. Let’s sit under a roof on a blanket, eat some popcorn, and watch Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) and then House on Haunted Hill (1959). Dress up in your favorite 1950’s outfit and come join us on an evening Read more about Creature Feature: Revisit the 1950’s Movie Night[…]
Back for it’s 4th installment is Atlanta’s best cosplay yard sale! Located in the food court of the North Dekalb Mall, join us August 24, 2019 for this free-to-attend event! We gear up right before DragonCon to assemble cosplayers looking to unload previous looks or vendors who are selling their cosplay wares! We open registration Read more about ACYS 2019 Fashions Again![…]
Be the envy of Goblin Market attendees by becoming a sponsor! Name a goblin, suggest a request, put your name in lights (aka ink on a poster), and much more. We will conquer two sins at the same time. Pride that you’ll feel and the Envy of others. Download the entire Sponsorship package here: The Goblin Read more about The Goblin Market Sponsorship[…]
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If you haven’t guessed already, we’re pretty wild about history. CrowsEye Productions have put on a lovely series called Getting Dressed, and their most recent one is very relevant to us here and now. Getting Dressed – Dickensian Christmas (1853) is a beautiful production of a maid getting dressed and then heading out to some Read more about Getting Dressed[…]
Our Victorian Twelfth Night event on January 5 is nearly here, and it’s time to give further introduction to our evening’s performers. Valentine Wolfe will perform music from their latest album and a few crowd favorites, while Tally Johnson will share Christmas ghost stories. Besides the end-of-the-night festivities we will have Victorian parlor games, food, Read more about Performers at Twelfth Night[…]
Twelfth Night is an age old tradition that certainly didn’t start during the Victorian times, but it gained notoriety during then. It became such a scene that Queen Victoria outlawed it entirely, even after she had participated in many Twelfth Nights herself. January 5, we are bringing it back. The food, the drink, the games, Read more about Join us for a Victorian Twelfth Night[…]
Divinations are easy to perform and usually more accessible in every day life for the Victorian. Palmistry, tarot cards, and crystal gazing was reserved for drawing room entertainment. The Victorian woman may need an answer right away to a perplexing question or a solution to a problem. Tonight… you are the Victorian. You have questions Read more about The Divinations for Victorian Spiritualism[…]
“Lottie, have you seen the posters they put out about us?”, whispered Kitty. She felt that raising her voice would cause them to be discovered, and yet it was only her and her sister Charlotte in the house, and the spirits of course. “I have. There’s nothing to worry about. It’s only the act of Read more about The Two Sisters[…]
We have 2 events going on in the Wynne-Russell House in Lilburn, Ga and we couldn’t be happier to be in a facility such as this. We’re allowed to wrap ourselves in it’s history. The Wynne-Russell House, built in 1826, is on the Registry of Historic Places and is a pristine example of “Plantation Plain” Read more about The Historic Wynne-Russell House[…]