By Gilles Peress

Note: Sin-eaters were common functionaries at eighteenth- and nineteenth-century funerals in Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. They would take unto themselves the sins of the dead by consuming bread and beer over the corpse.

- Thomas Lynch

By Remedios Varo

By Adam Jesionkiewicz

By Katie West

Bird in space

There is no God and we are his prophets

- Ely in The Road

Heat of the oven against my thighs

- Julie Carr

By Teun Hocks

By Teun Hocks

By National Geo

Waltz With Bashir