Surrender

Word Count: 1,158

by Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon

Apocalypse Now?

With WATERMARKS
photography by PAUL HARMON

ELEMENTAL CATASTROPHE: ECOPSYCHOANALYSIS AND THE VIRAL UNCANNY OF COVID-19

Word Count: 5,432

by Joseph Dodds

Coronavirus embodies the uncanny ecology that threatens our destruction—but also offers a pause in the headlong rush of our ecocidal civilization, opening possibilities of renewal.

With POOL
artworks by SOLVEIG SETTEMSDAL

Relevant to the Day

Word Count: 668

by Omar Sakr

A poem immersed in the moment of its creation.

With SKHMT, AP1S & AMVN
artworks by CRICE

 

APOCALYPSE(S)

Word Count: 358

by Rashida Taylor

A masked, apocalyptic fashion-vision from weeks before the pandemic.

Fashion feature with photographer FIONA IBANICHUKA

Genesis

Word Count: 3,956

by Yah Yah Scholfield

A work of speculative fiction on endings, and beginnings.

With AWAY
photographs by BASIA GOSZCZYNSKA

AI AND THE MISSING BODY

Word Count: 4,500

by Isabel Millar

A Lacanian exploration of Artificial Intelligence, and the body.

With THE CRYSTALLIZATION OF BRASILIA
a video by GUERREIRO DO DIVINO AMOR

I’m So Sad, I’m So Fucked Up

Word Count: 1,621

by Andrew Marzoni

Cinema of anxiety at the edge of human extinction: A review of the Safdie Brothers’ ‘Uncut Gems’.

 

THE DEATH OF A STAR

Word Count: 4,875

by Sokol Ferizi

From the felt experience of the Kosovo War, to an exploration of the experience of disaster through the sight of an eclipse’s corona.

With MONUMENT FOR LOST TIME
an artwork by LARISSA SANSOUR & SØREN LIND

Oh–Terrible Movie!

Word Count: 1,473

by Heid E. Erdrich

A poem on the weaker points of apocalyptic movies.

With BEFORE ENDINGS & BEGINNINGS
an artwork by MOIRA VILLIARD

 

THE MIRACLE

Word Count: 2,092

by Aaron Shulman

A look at Spain’s great literary family, the Paneros, and a consideration of psychological apocalypse as an occasion for poetry.

With BRITTLE SMILE
artworks by EUNJUNG SUH

Unveiling the Collective in Isolation: Thinking the Apocalypse with D. H. Lawrence

Word Count: 3,989

by Matt Colquhoun

An evocation of the potentials for a collective response to apocalyptic murmurs that defies the biblical division between the saved, and the damned.

With ESCAPE
photography by TATIANA BONDAREVA

SEEKING THE SELF: MICHELE

Word Count: 478

by Seeking The Self

Michele undergoes a physical and visionary purging of life as she knows it.