- Published by:
- Forrest Martin
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"40 pages Perfect-bound
Cross yourself and think good thoughts. Issue #2 features a psycho-sublime cover by Mark Warren Jacques, existential essays by David Rees (Get Your War On) and Lynda Barry (Ernie Pook's Comeek), gloves and skulls by Ian Stevenson, erased realism by Michael Zavros, and a witchy themed section asking contributors to comment on "superstition" as it relates to death. Various readers have reported unusual side effects after subjecting themselves to Dr. Roger Sty Bantam's printed Neurolinguistic Triggers (NLTs), causing one man to call on the services of Death Bear, and another to question the efficacy of "health food."
Life is a relationship with fleetingness, and "Death: a magazine for the enthusiast and non-enthusiast alike" is a bi-annual magazine that speaks to this; a curated journal which asks writers and visual artists to address the topic however they wish, in whatever tone. What is it, and - if I care - why do I care?