Poetry. The winds from a nuclear blast fuse together a random array of body parts to create a shambling, formless, yet self-aware being who haunts the past, present, and future of a burnt-out, post-nuclear wasteland. Ed Steck's THE NECRO-LUMINESCENCE OF PINK MIST brings us a soft-focus monster movie in the form of a fractured lyric poem, the story of trauma, loss, and memory as mediated by a hideous thing-that-should-not-be slouching its way through fantasy and reality alike. With language by turns horrific, violent, and austerely meditative, THE NECRO-LUMINESCENCE OF PINK MIST is the undead exploitation film Ozu never made, and that the world is finally ready for.
Ed Steck is the author of THE GARDEN: SYNTHETIC ENVIRONMENT FOR ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2013), sleep as information/the fountain is a water feature (Center for Ongoing Research and Projects, 2014), The Rose (Hassla Books, 2014, with Adam Marnie), FAR RAINBOW (Make Now Press, 2016), and DoorGraphicDataRecovery (orworse press, 2016). He lives in Tampa, FL.Author City: TAMPA, FL USA