Art, horror and philosophy journal Incognitum Hactenus publishes volume two

Still from Darren Banks's I’m Sure If There Were A Monster In The Midlands We Would Have Seen It On The Telly

The second volume of Incognitum Hactenus, the journal on art, horror and philosophy includes articles from Wire contributors Dave Tompkins and Mark Fisher. Tompkins interviews Walter Murch, and Mark Fisher writes on nihilism in Scott Bakker's Neuropath.

Editors Caryn Coleman and Tom Trevatt have an open call out for pieces for the next issue of the journal, under the header Living On: Zombies. To submit work send a 200 word abstract to both editors. More info and contact details here.

Download the the current issue here.

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