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Sarah Wreck is the creator of Shitty Occult Comics, a daily occult-satire comic strip. She is also a medium, an occultist, a noise artist, a painter, a writer, and an asshole.

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When I first found Anton-Constantin Anastassov’s art page, I was blown away. In my eyes, this seventeen year old Bulgarian kid was exposing underground internet communities to a new sort of aestheticism.  When I stumbled upon his work, he was operating under the Facebook page “Everything is Fine.”    

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When I stepped inside Long Beach’s Dark Art Emporium, I found myself in a very small, yet beautiful establishment. It was clear that the people that ran the place were very enthusiastic about morbidity and creativity. I loved every inch of it. “Do you have any Justell Vonk?” I asked. The

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When I first met Erica Frevel, I was giving her a reading in the summer of 2016. I had already done an aura-portrait of Constantine Charagma, and the three of us had decided that I would do one for Erica, so that they could be the author photos for Erica

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Recently, I did a reading for a man who tried to convince me to become a psychiatrist “Listen, you can put in the work, become the establishment, and help kids that grew up like you,” he said. “You can make a lot of money, I know a psychologist that’s also

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I have absolutely never understood why there are people out there that are scared to die without a “legacy.” Never. For example: I really, truly, credit a certain person with saving my life. There are many people that have in their own ways, but this one especially. Even though I

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“You know Kelsey Schwarz, right?” “No,” I replied. “Who’s that?” “You have to know her,” my friend said. “If you don’t know who she is, you’ve still seen her art.” I turned and looked in her direction, bemused by her response. At the time I didn’t think that it was

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