HORROR MOVIE BACKSTAGE
THE BIRTH OF EVIL
"The first witch once lay on the grass and was soon surrounded by demons in form of bats, a world of empty meanings needed the creation of mystery and fear, and like so, nights were created, they were brought by these bats, so that ghosts could haunt the living, witches could cast spells and fly above us, and so that at dawn, we could remember the day that came to save us from all that's dark and harmful, from all that we can't see, but beware of light, cause when is brightest, it takes away vision as much as darkness. Evil can be kind, eerie creatures can be soft, and witches can drown and catch fire, but flames can feel warm and comforting if you let them consume you". -Natalia Cruz Zepeda
The titles of the poems in this book play an important role. As a spell, the witches have formulas that repeat over and over to make the spell happens. The titles are deconstructed so anyone can recite them in a different way. The illustrations exalt an obscure and seductive nature that push us in a dark and delirant voyage.