Liz Tetu is an artist, zinester, and essayist primarily. He writes about queer issues and sexuality as well as Witch and Pagan topics; through aesthetics and academics, he hopes to declassify the subject of sex. Maybe his best known works include his contributions to Exposure: Queer Masculine Sexuality and Cartoon Punk: Artists Against Fascism. He hates his reliance on hair gel and loves making people laugh.
SMASHWORDS, INTERVIEWING LIZ THROUGH HIS BATHROOM DOOR: What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
“Dark Star” is a tale of death and identity. A young woman called Aduna embarks on a wandering to find a lover for her friend, a dark star. On her journey, she finds herself in the throes of a magic she does not understand, that she might not have enough time to appreciate before those she loves perish.