Chthonic Poems is freely inspired by various forms of the great Paleolithic goddess of the sea. It is divided into three chapters, each bearing the name of a great female myth: Inanna, Eurydice and Izanami. These three myths are surprisingly similar. Each proposes a journey to the land of the dead, in the womb of the earth (chthon in ancient Greek, hence Chtonic Poems). This journey to death is like transvelling back to the maternal uterus just before the soul is returned to nothingness, to the space outside existence.