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Phantom Lure/Every Day Catastrophes
by Angus Carlyle and Sam Forsythe
Verdant Inferno/A Scabby Black Brazilian
by Alberto Rangel and Jean-Christophe Goddard
Foreword by Eduardo Viveiros de Castro and Euclides da Cunha
Star Milk/The Pool
by David Farrell Krell and Elaine Tam
Aeons without History/Thesis on the Meta-Cartel
by Vincent Garton and Edmund Berger