Per editor Johannes Klenell, Galago - home to most of the artists repped in Northern Lights - debuted in Sweden over thirty years ago as an outlet for its young artists' political satire. With time, it appears, the political focus shifted to a broader more counter-cultural lens, which is what we get in this new anthology. Though I suspect much of it'll be too dated and/or regionalist to make much sense to American reader, I'd still love to see a collection of that earlier Galago work. The book's front cover, I can't help noticing, has a big ol' Volume One on it. Perhaps we can look a little further back for Volume Two?
"A sinister cabal of superior writers."