130 x 184mm -- 46 pages -- Risograph printed -- paperback -- saddle stitched
A ghoulish orb named âThe Will- Oâ-The-Wispâ flickers from the wick of Earthâs lantern in the midst of a barren void. The glimmer offers salvation to the hopeless, wayward traveller in the form of a point of reference. Disguised as The Northern Star or a guardian angel, the bioluminescent ghost is born from the oxidation of phosphine (PH3), diphosphane (P2H4) and methane (CH4), which is released from the decay of organic matter. Like a mosquito to a zapper, the hopeful traveller is drawn towards the glowing siren, who hovers over deep bogs, swamps and marshes. Here the travellerâs journey concludes, feeding the ghostly light.