First composed in 2010 Mark Busby’s “THEOCRACY” was a written response to vague, yet persistent social anxieties emerging from the world at that time. In just a few, short and disorienting years divestment from democracy has seemingly quickened, deepening fears that such a world might yet exist. Re-edited and released in short prose form Theocracy’s unsettling power is not in its amplification of anxiety but in its sense of urgency.
Aspidistral Chronicles Vol 1: Theocracy
8 pages. 800 words.