M. Forajter’s Ars Necrotica

Do we need our toxicants spelled out to us? Is that really necessary? It is so clear that an ocean full of plastic is wrong. It’s clear that we’re full of shit. I don’t know. Maybe. Honestly, when you live in a garbage dump, what else is there to do besides make things out of garbage?

M. Forajter’s Ars Necrotica

Do we need our toxicants spelled out to us? Is that really necessary? It is so clear that an ocean full of plastic is wrong. It’s clear that we’re full of shit. I don’t know. Maybe. Honestly, when you live in a garbage dump, what else is there to do besides make things out of garbage?

M. Forajter’s “Ars Necrotica”: Technicolor Death Dress

Ecological terrorism, dying planets, our legacy as human beings; Chicago and leaded soil and tigers and beautiful things we ruin on purpose; the Chernobyl nuclear accident and its wider cultural impacts and denial; scientists and research and the name Dr. Mousseau; the death of Hae Min Lee, a teenager from Baltimore, MD, who was brutally killed in the winter of 1999.

About the Author

M. Forajter is the editor of Tarpaulin Sky Press & Magazine. Her work has been published in several magazines, including The Journal Petra, Court Green, Burning House Press, Deluge, and Witch Craft Magazine. Her chapbooks, WHITE DEER and Marmalade Girl, are available from dancing girl press. She really likes Nirvana, werewolves, and medieval art.

About the Author

M. Forajter is the editor of Tarpaulin Sky Press & Magazine. Her work has been published in several magazines, including The Journal Petra, Court Green, Burning House Press, Deluge, and Witch Craft Magazine. Her chapbooks, WHITE DEER and Marmalade Girl, are available from dancing girl press. She really likes Nirvana, werewolves, and medieval art.