The second issue contains a cut-up poem by poet, musician and writer for The Wire Daniel Spicer; an illustrated dream diary by the elusive graphic designer Grumpy Goblin; an article on the use of MDMA and other psychedelics in the therapeutic treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder by the journalist Richard Shrubb;
The first in a serial of a science fiction story by Thomas D’Angelo looking at the descent into madness of a scientist researching man’s search for the transcendent; a study of montage in the work of Frank Zappa by the academic Esther Leslie; an article drawn for real-life experience by Kit Withnail on the difficult ethical judgements required when dealing with traumatised lives under the auspices of care in the community; a dark fiction short story looking at disturbed familial relations by Liz Albl; a polemic on two outsider musicians by author Ben Watson; and an examination of the semantics of the phrase ‘the fight against climate change’ by Michael Burnett.
Introduction – Alastair Kemp
News Hare Hero Krsna Cut-Up – Daniel Spicer
Licked His Fingers and Said Yum – Grumpy Goblin
WRAP Personal Bill of Rights (UK Version) – Alastair Kemp
The Scientist or True Violence – Thomas Deangelo
Take Your Skin Off When You Dance – Esther Leslie
Two Women – Kit Withnail
Beneath – Liz Albl
Dog Biz vs. Ape Shit – Ben Watson
The Cost of Winning – Michael Burnett
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