The Darkness Is Not Now by C G Browne
In C G Browne's first book, Forbidden Dimensions: Primitivism, Prehistory and the Posthuman Era, the author explores the idea that prehistoric humans do not exist in the past, but in a 'layer of perception' modern humans can no longer detect. In this follow-up to Forbidden, C G explores what that might mean for a specific group of prehistoric people: the Cro-Magnon artists.
In this piece of creative non-fiction, the Red Lady of Paviland, a 33,000-year-old man found buried in a cave off the coast of Wales, speaks directly to the reader. He describes what life was like for his people when they were here and what life is like for them now. Author and Cro-Magnon together weave through themes such as non-time, portals, soul, madness, art, dreams, and the beginning and the end of a world.
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