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Witchfork has been acquired by an Undisclosed Multi­dimensional Conglomerate Company

We have some significant news to share with you today.

After careful consideration and negotiations with various ethereal entities, we are pleased to announce that Witchfork has been acquired by an undisclosed multidimensional conglomerate. This acquisition marks a new chapter in our journey, and we are excited about the opportunities it presents for our community of otherworldly writers and diviners.

We will continue to keep you informed about the future developments of Witchfork under its new ownership. In the meantime, we encourage you to explore and engage with the vast library of fascinating and deeply untrustworthy writing that our platform has to offer.

Once again, thank you for being a part of this extraordinary journey. Your clicks have been invaluable. Together, you have opened so many magical doors to realms before unseen.

May our creative endeavors continue to flourish in realms beyond.

Sincerely,
The Witchfork Team

Q&A

Lecx Stacy, Inside A Glacier Hearing 30,000-Year-Old Parasitic Microorganisms Defrosting

April 4, 2024

Image by Eddie Mandell
Image by Eddie Mandell

In an ideal world, what mythical creature would you want to make music with?

A siren 🧜🏽‍♀️

Does your music sound good backwards?

My music actually sounds better backwards.

Can you describe your sound only using sounds from nature?

Twigs snapping. The wind rustling the leaves of a thousand-year-old willow tree during a forest fire. A waterfall as it freezes amidst a snowstorm. Being inside of a glacier and hearing the faint sounds of 30,000-year-old parasitic microorganisms defrosting. The eye of a storm. The center of a tornado. An unattended campfire. A large collection of both chaos and comfort. 

Would you rather have a dinner party with vampires or zombies?

I'd love to attend a vampire's dinner party. They would probably have such beautiful home decor. It'd probably be in an ancient castle nestled somewhere in the countryside of Tuscany, Italy. The wine would probably taste amazing. Also, I have a history with being Iron deficient. I could use a healthy gulp of fresh blood.

Does your songwriting process involve improvisation, meticulous planning, or a combination of both?

For me, writing a song or an album feels like trying to write a novel, and it’s a story that I know very well and vividly, but I’m writing it in an ancient foreign runic script that I’ve only just begun to learn that day, and the only way I can make progress with learning the script is by completing a multitude of intensive introspective side quests and dialectics.  

Would you rather have a tail or horns?

I used to have a tail. I got made fun of for it a lot growing up (not a joke). I've since then cut it. I'd much rather been born with horns.