Search

BURNING HOUSE PRESS

Not For Profit/For Prophecy

Tag

Art

TALISMAN // CHANNELLING THE OUTSIDE EDITION MAY 2020 GUEST EDITED/CURATED BY ATEFEH AHMADI

TALISMAN // CHANNELLING THE OUTSIDE EDITION MAY 2020 GUEST EDITED/CURATED BY ATEFEH AHMADI

Continue reading “TALISMAN // CHANNELLING THE OUTSIDE EDITION MAY 2020 GUEST EDITED/CURATED BY ATEFEH AHMADI”

Of Thread and Blood, An Installation by Sahba Sadeghian

Continue reading “Of Thread and Blood, An Installation by Sahba Sadeghian”

lV + ll by Reza Pourdian and Callum Leckie

Continue reading “lV + ll by Reza Pourdian and Callum Leckie”

Circle Series: Woman With Climb by ReVerse Butcher

Circle Series: Woman With Climb, ReVerse Butcher, Digital Drawing
Continue reading “Circle Series: Woman With Climb by ReVerse Butcher”

MAY 2020 Guest Editor Is ATEFEH AHMADI!!! THEME: TALISMAN // CHANNELLING THE OUTSIDE

Burning House Press are excited to welcome ATEFEH AHMADI as our MAY 2020 guest editor! As of today ATEFEH will take over editorship of Burning House Press online for the full month of MAY.

Submissions are open from today – 1st MAY and will remain open until 24TH MAY.

ATEFEH’S theme for the month is as follows

TALISMAN // CHANNELLING THE OUTSIDE

Three Visual Poems by Shloka Shankar

 

title: Perfume

 

perfume

 

Continue reading “Three Visual Poems by Shloka Shankar”

Womannotated – The Night A Crow Must Go Away

A sample page from Crow Carriage, an annotated poetic horror novel set in a Victorian English seaside village.  This is the format of  the Crow Carriage book, a sonnet with an expansive annotation that tells a story in prose below (the same format as my book Flutter available at my website and Twist In Time).

The Night The Crow Must Go Away

You lie beneath a dozen nightmares.  Screams

careening down a crow-covered stair wake

you in the last second before the dream.

Continue reading “Womannotated – The Night A Crow Must Go Away”

Hekate Take Me Home, by Lotus Kozak

Hekate take me home. (1)

Hekate Take Me Home by Lotus Kozak
collage on paper Continue reading “Hekate Take Me Home, by Lotus Kozak”

Item 08: Thresholds in Flux [Vol.02], by A Virtual Memory

This project is a document of self destruction and rebirth. The death of the self, of fear, of anger, of anxiety, of misery and how the weight of these things pushes one through transformation. Akin to a burning forest. Violent and destructive, consuming all life in its path and tearing down the old world but, in being a harbinger of death, it is also a giver of life. A new world is born from the ashes of the old. Sex is a background figure here but ever present; an undercurrent assuming many masks: a lover, a villain, a dealer, a scapegoat, a gravedigger, a mother, a companion, a friend. The album is intended to be understood in three acts: Act I (“The Itch”, tracks 01-06), Act II (“The Drift”, tracks 07-09), Act III (“The Dance, tracks 10-14). Each of these acts documents the three separate phases of death, transformation, and rebirth. The artwork reflects these themes in the juxtaposition between the eroding of how the death of self has been expressed in mythology and lore (how we wish things to be, how we wish to frame our desperate situation) and the decay of abandoned places (the reality of death; the cold apathy of it).

Continue reading “Item 08: Thresholds in Flux [Vol.02], by A Virtual Memory”

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: