Northern Ontario's newest independent publisher, Psychochick Cabaret, has a new project in its lineup.
James C. Stewart's unique book GW2 (3.23.7) is part short story and part graphic novel.
According to the North Bay publishing house, it's “a surreal exploration of the stultifying culture of fear permeating post 9-11 North America.”
“Alternating between unsettling fact and hard-boiled fiction, Stewart deftly navigates the perfect storm of war, religion, politics and addiction to finally tear the mask off the leering, twisted face of the Dremchak Corporation.
“Dremchak is a reality virus. It entered our dimension during the Trinity Event, the first atomic detonation by the human race … and once it’s in, it’s always been in.”
GW2 (3.23.7) is part of a larger work by Stewart.
Psychochick Cabaret has employed Northern Ontario talent in every aspect of the production of Stewart's creation. Graphic artist Debra R. Sullivan and Northern artists Cameron Armstrong and Kurtis Summers worked on the project. The publisher “seeks to illuminate the shadows at the fringes of our society.”
For more information visit www.psychochick.org.