In Thomas Moore's new book of poems, characters and voices swap and blur amid constantly rotating scenes of paranoia, fear and confusion. The isolated narrators that creep amongst the broken lines of 'The Night Is An Empire' lose track of themselves in the precise vagueness of language and the cruel incapacity of words. The purposeful fog that spreads makes the guilty indistinguishable and the guiltless lost.
"A.Y.P.S." collects three years of drawings, collages and brief negative texts by artist and musician Terence Hannum. Also included is an interview with the artist conducted by Kevin Killian. "A.Y.P.S." is a 100-page, perfect-bound book and the first 50 copies sold will come with a bonus, limited edition CD-R containing the rare, 23 minute track "Crown of Immortality".
32-page zine by artist O.B. De Alessi. “We always imagine eternity as something beyond our conception, something vast, vast! But why must it be vast? Instead of all that, what if it's one little room, like a bath-house in the country, black and grimy and spiders in every corner, and that's all eternity is? I sometimes fancy it like that.”
32-page chapbook by Ken Baumann. The narrative, formed by a series of poetic and visually evocative vignettes, is about a man and a woman, mutilation, and the damaging and healing effects of common thought.