Martin Duffy lives in Sussex, England and writes on the subjects of folk magic, mythology and the occult arts; in particular the manner in which they relate to traditional witch-lore and practices. He has most recently composed a series of articles treating foci and mysteries pertinent to the witch-cult. These works have appeared in the pages of The Cauldron and Clavis Journal. He also contributed an essay to an anthology published by Llewellyn, concerning the manner in which occult philosophy informs and permeates the working of practical folk-magic. Mr. Duffy’s first title for Three Hands Press is The Devil’s Raiments, treating the subject of traditional ritual vestments and attire, and their symbolism. His latest book, concerning image magic, is Effigy: Of Graven Image and Holy Idol.