Take a mad ride past the event horizon of sanity with Lilith, Dionysus, and their band of Fallen Gods, in the final days of the American Empire.
Party At The World’s End is a mythpunk re-interpretation of Euripides’ The Bacchae in the age of anonymity and alternate identities. A vision of an alternate near-past, this is the story of those Fallen who walk amongst us, and hints of the world that is to come.
She wanted to make us watch her kill them on Facetime, shaky footage of government-hired mercenaries lobbing mortar fire in the background, streamers of red and white, the fallen nation's sons and daughters fall and don't get back up. Hundreds of teens strewn about like discarded dixie cups after a rave in a field, between two bluffs in the Black Hills. Close to the death toll at Wounded Knee, as if the Lakota had exacted some tiny retribution. They lay now in unmarked graves, the bloody sacrifice, ritually offered up by Lilith in her mad ploy for immortality. What drove her to it? I'll never find out. Even as the one candle goes out, another, darker one comes to light." —Dionysus
by Jamie Curcio with additional art by Amun DiSalvatron
Full-Color Illustrated Novel
An existential fairytale, told for those of us who may have grown up, but still remember the uncertainty of a world steeped in the occult logic of dreams.
Ayta was descended from legends, but she was also an only child born to immigrants in this sleepless city where she didn’t belong and never would.
On her seventh birthday, there came a knock on the door, and Gran was there, once a thing of myth, now just a stooped old woman. Through Gran’s stories, Ayta is carried out of the isolation of her youth to the Second World, Alterran—a land of the distant future, where tribes ruled by symbol, prophecy, and portent face their own struggle against the occupation of the budding Chernayan Empire in the North, and the apocalyptic threat of New Babylon rising in the South.
But Gran would not live forever, and Ayta must come to terms with her legacy: bearing ancestral myth in a modern world that has no need for what it sees as childish things. She was young yet, she did not see the incredible cost of the choice she faced, between the light of remembrance and dark of forgetting; between the burden of tradition, and the price of progress.
Currently in production
by Jamie Curcio with additional art by Amun DiSalvatron and P. Emerson Williams
Neural Network Comic series
A vision of an alternate near-future.
BLACKOUT is what happens when we can never go offline, and never wake up. Bleak isolation, gonzo excess, android dreams. Nameless characters awaken to stillborn days, and wrestle with the inevitability of cthulhuian madness.
by Jamie Curcio and Equanimous Rex with additional illustrations by a rotating cast of collaborating artists.
A witchpunk serial fiction podcast based in the Fallen Cycle mythos.
Cataclysms, epidemics and wars have changed the makeup of the world. The collapse of the American Empire is now long-past, a new Dominion has risen, ruled with an iron-fist by the theocratic Party of Devout Fellowship.
by Equanimous Rex, co-produced by Jamie Curcio
Like a radio station broadcast from an alternate reality...