Dennis Villelmi: A grave good evening, Miss Midnite; thanks for letting The Bees Are Dead to rest a spell in the Mausoleum and chat a bit with you. Tell us something of the story of Marlena Midnite, and generally what goes on here in the Midnite Mausoleum. Marlena Midnite: Well, you know, I live […]
B. Anne Adriaens is mainly a fiction writer, though she regularly feels the need to complement her prose with poetry, as the latter allows for a different type of expression. Yet whether her writing takes the form of a dystopian story (often […]
Dennis Villelmi: Welcome to The Bees Are Dead, Miss Wilde, or may we call you Barbie? Words can’t convey how honored we are to have you spend a few moments with us here by the edge of dystopia. So here it is Halloween ’16, and out of curiosity, how is the Festival of Samhain […]
Interviewer: Dennis Villelmi Thanks for dropping by, Miss Wasa. Dennis Villelmi: The name Max Wasa is one that runs through the spectrum of the entertainment industry, from film to music; so when and how did all this begin? Max Wasa: I started at a very young age in the entertainment industry. Coming from a […]
And now, without further ado, the infernal world of Paul Gerrard. Re: the Hellraiser Origins artwork, he had this to say: “I think only that this truly is a dream project. It encapsulates everything I am fascinated with in art, design and esoteric culture. We might not have a Hollywood budget, but I still see […]
Krista C. Graham, born in Lexington, Kentucky 1988, raised in Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Attended Eastern Kentucky University and graduated with a BA in Art. Now working as an artist, she uses many different mediums. Her work can be found in EKU’s Aurora Literary Arts Journal 2012, Artemis Journal 2014 and May 2016, the cover art for […]
This collection by Ekaterine Dovzhenko is entitled ‘красная мечта’ (or ‘Krasnaya Mechta’ in the Latin script) which means ‘The Red Dream’… These photographs were taken around the city of Tbilisi in the country of Georgia – except the last one, which is a skyline view of Yerevan, the capital of Armenia.
(Charon is the ferryman of Hades in Greek Paganism. He would taxi the dead to ‘the otherside’ – as long as you could afford to pay him.)