This is the second official issue of newly appellated DECAYKE, come over from its afore, long-winded, name (name) ((name)) (((n-a-m-e))) that was thunk in a Ajax blizzard across Texas, dead of night, middle of the fifth season under the tenth ruby sun subjected by the panoptical belleye which lolls and rolls in the dragon’s green to greener chub tho-rax, his all-oppressive gaze both frozen and torrid fuckin’ hot. That what it does to you.
Thanks to everyone involved, them that braved the unabated and cascading crystalline grains of the Trichlorocyanuric Acid sandsea, near-put impossible to navigate but beatific nonetheless, headlong into blistering, boil-popping gusts while sailing this orbis in extremis an’it’s noxious man-taint, under the tenth ruby sun, midterm fifth season at the beginning of the end let it be known. Hear ye! The sands is the sea. Nostril sail on, nostril sail on.
They are, in horizontal order: Andy Bolus, Helga Fassonaki, Karl Max, Fred Rinne, Mike Rep, I write it as I thank it, Mark Lunt, Dario P., R. Nuuja, El Topo, John Shirley and
Did you know that Francis Bacon once said that if brevity is the soul of wit, then I’ll fuck off your handcuffs and slash your wrists? Well now ye do. Remember it and may it serve-you-well. .
Special thanks to Karl Max for his cover art: “I saw Sarah in my sleep 71.”
- John Shirley Discusses EVERYTHING – Cross-Publication @ Michael Moorcock’s New Worlds Magazine
- Andy Bolus: A Plastic-Surgical Guide For ‘Growing’ The Most Beautiful Labial Petals On Meatus
- R. Nuuja: Sun Zoom Snap
- The Birdman of Harrisburg (AKA The Alpha-Grackle) – Mike ‘Rep’ Hummel
- Doom, Despair and Acne On Me – Fred Briingdown’s Suicide Miss (I know, I know)
- The Night We Talked For Hours – Helga Fassonaki
- Together In The Darkness – Emerald Cocoon’s Alone/Together Series
- Karl Max, Triskaidekamaniak – This Is How Dreams Work
- The Meridian Brothers ‘Desesperanza’ Takes Off The Top of Dario P’s Head
- Geezer’s Woven Fixtures – El Topo Looks Up From Bottom Angles at de Toth
- Riding On Out – Bicycle by Mark Lunt