Where there's Light, there's Shadow
could be compared to a carnival freak
show, and is bound to attract people
with a taste for the bizarre and a
certain darkness in their hearts.
With flying carpets made from butterfly
wings, mirrors constructed from
owl eyes, and a monochrome rainbow
projected from sunlight shining
through acid rain, it certainly
has its fair share of freaks.
Contrasting light against darkness,
it mixes elements of science fiction,
horror, and fantasy. Where there's
Light, there's Shadow, is a speculative
poetry anthology with a surrealist twist.
The poetry calls out in siren songs
that echo over the dark waters
of the imagination.
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In the Winter of 2014,
Chris Jones, had the
first of four ink drawings
placed in Overland Magazine.
The ink drawings were to
advertise this site, and have
now become a part of it.