Webster describes the concept as “a place where people live dehumanized and often fearful lives.” In literature, it is the anti-utopia. The darkest hour. A descent into a hell of our own making.
And this month, we go there. This is not a tippy-toe walk into angst-ridden monologues. The books, films, comics and visual art (!) featured here pull no punches and leave no one unbattered or unchanged along the barren roads we travel – that includes you. BUT, if you can stand the acid rain, you might just gain a new perspective on the world we live in now and a new appreciation for what your place can be in it.
All Indie. All Awesome.