Hexus Journal. Issue 2: Secret Agreements

Hexus Journal Issue Secret Agreements Volume two draws on the theme of secret agreements and includes the first UK publication of a piece from Eric Basso a recounting of George Grosz s meeting with a Expressionist era sorcerer as well a

  • Title: Hexus Journal. Issue 2: Secret Agreements
  • Author: Thogdin Ripley Philippa Snow George Grosz Eric Basso Leonard Silverberg Robert Herian Jon Leon Penny Slinger
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • Volume two draws on the theme of secret agreements and includes the first UK publication of a piece from Eric Basso, a recounting of George Grosz s meeting with a Expressionist era sorcerer, as well as new writing from Miles Klee and Madeleine Gobbo, Yannick Hill, Garett Strickland, and Jon Leon, with artwork from Penny Slinger, Leonard Silverberg, Sally Wright, LucindaVolume two draws on the theme of secret agreements and includes the first UK publication of a piece from Eric Basso, a recounting of George Grosz s meeting with a Expressionist era sorcerer, as well as new writing from Miles Klee and Madeleine Gobbo, Yannick Hill, Garett Strickland, and Jon Leon, with artwork from Penny Slinger, Leonard Silverberg, Sally Wright, Lucinda Devlin, and Erica Eyres all using the theme not only to explore the conventional horror s such as ritual and s ance, but also to find the aberration in the everyday friendship of teenage girls, queasiness in the thick, high gloss of the perfect beach front nightclub, and spectral light from the glow of the tanning salon bed.Secret Agreements places its emphasis on the role that desires play in all our interactions from first romance to deathbed contract folding the implicit, the tacit, and the treacherous in a cloak that is marked by a cross, and ultimately run through with a dagger.

    One thought on “Hexus Journal. Issue 2: Secret Agreements”

    1. This Journal is copy 43 of 200 copies printed and arrived with a relly nice postcard of one of the books illustrations.

    2. The stories here are a little uneven, but even when they aren't great they are at the very least trying something new.I like the mix of new fiction, republished fiction, an essay et c.Thogden Ripley's piece is definitely the stand out here.

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