Hexus Journal. Issue 1: The New Black

Hexus Journal Issue The New Black Hexus is a journal placed somewhere between the boundaries of experimental fiction and art writing illustration and fine art whist maintaining a focus firmly on horror positioning itself somewhere b

  • Title: Hexus Journal. Issue 1: The New Black
  • Author: Thogdin Ripley Philippa Snow M. Kitchell Gary J. Shipley Michael Cisco Brian Evenson Dawn Arsenaux Fran Cutler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hexus is a journal placed somewhere between the boundaries of experimental fiction and art writing, illustration and fine art, whist maintaining a focus firmly on horror positioning itself somewhere between Hammer Horror schlock and The Shock of the New, it s aim is to offer a contemporary perspective on a much maligned genre.The first issue, The New Black, dwells on andHexus is a journal placed somewhere between the boundaries of experimental fiction and art writing, illustration and fine art, whist maintaining a focus firmly on horror positioning itself somewhere between Hammer Horror schlock and The Shock of the New, it s aim is to offer a contemporary perspective on a much maligned genre.The first issue, The New Black, dwells on and in the darkness of dissolution of body, mind, and spirit Within its pages you ll find writing and artwork from an international and highly acclaimed line up, all dealing in their own way with the loss of self be it through mental deliquescence, miasmatic bleeding out, the ever narrowing strictures of power, the price of fame, spectral malevolence, Dadaistic tumbles to the void, or good old fashioned violence.Featuring writing from Michael Cisco, Brian Evenson, M Kitchell, Thogdin Ripley, Gary J Shipley, and Philippa Snow, and artwork from Dawn Arsenaux, Fran Cutler, and Angela Deane.Numbered edition of 200.

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    1. “Hexus Issue 1: The New Black”, describes itself as a Journal not as a magazine. As such, the journal is not what I would consider a horror publication. The collection does contain "Horror" but I believe it is much more than that. This issue is filled with dread, and through a variety of contents it's contents will leave you unable to rest easy at night.The publishers have been able to construct the contents of this Journal with such a uniqueness as to cause dread and uneasiness to take the [...]

    2. Loved the design, and Brian Evenson and Mike Kitchell's pieces.I was amused to note that the "dyslexic" rendering of naloxone as naxalone is actually quite common.

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