About the Book
An Eschatological Bestiary admits to different foci. Recording descriptions of natural history and popular accounts of climate change and inequality, its faunal composition offers symbolic visions, modern protest, and a complete exegetical interpretation of the dramatic rise of an apparently semi-permanent moral blank. Among its prime concerns and other sediments of stories are power relations and future events, their primary goal being to render the Big System unstable at a local level. To this end, words cut out of other sources serve to embody allegorical versions of imaginary animals in literature and art, providing chance significance to each animal’s common misconceptions. In addition to glacial analyses, therefore, this ‘sea text dream collection’ preserves a record (including tents) of data relating to prophetic processes in any town’s financial district, revealing the value of bad practice.
About the Author
Oz Hardwick occupies numerous media, having been instrumental in various well-received local and international ‘open spaces’. He is spooked by international markets and more recent turns undermining democracy. As befits the passionately English, he thrives on poetry and music magazines. Prof. Hardwick is a frequent reviewer of his own work, benefiting a minority in Leeds Trinity University College and a larger writing culture beyond since 2000.