Issue 4 Visual Art


The March

The March is a surrealist piece depicting the 20th century’s march against untamed nature. In its surrealist composition, it features an amalgamation of harvestmen – arachnoid figures with dead human eyes, industrial constructs, and the plumes of smoke heralding their journey west, toward distant trees. The March was created in the moments after finishing and reflecting upon China Miéville’s The Last Days of New Paris, and an investigation into an art style that defined the 20th century for many. 

Mitchell Lüthi


Mitchell Lüthi is the author of a number of short stories and novellas, as well as the forthcoming audio dramas: The Meridian Watch and Arizona//Cultist. His latest release, His Black Tongue: A Medieval Horror, can be found on Amazon and Audible.

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