IMMATERIALS by August Cross
Even the most talented grave robbers hit a dry spell, but when August Cross came back from Goya's tomb empty-handed, he created Immaterials, a collection of illustrations and verse every bit as intimate and rarefied as a catacomb. Cross renders the gray areas of our ethics with the precision, ceremony, and splatter of a high priest on the ziggurat. He summons you to a realm where witches ride Predator drones and office workers are hunted for sport.
There is a trashcan fire burning at the end of the tunnel. When it goes out, use this book for kindling.