Inspired LetterformsJune 24, 2019
Gail Coppock has been a practicing calligrapher for forty years, using both classic and novel letterforms in addition to...0
Spotlight: The Moribund PortalJuly 9, 2018
We continue to receive accolades for The Moribund Portal, the latest work of Richard Gavin. His exploration of the...
Elements of British Folk MagicMarch 3, 2018
DAS. Your new book The Wicked Shall Decay gathers together a number of rural British spells aimed at preventing,...
A Rational Derangement: Towards a Theory of Occult Literature, by Lee MorganJuly 13, 2015
‘And this, one might say, has become the natural condition of the gods: to appear in books – and...
For the Wine of the Cup is the Blood of the Saints with AmodaliSeptember 24, 2014
Your forthcoming book The Marks of Teth treats for the first time some very important principles of magical practice,...
Books of Black Arts & their Legacy with Fredrik EytzingerJuly 27, 2014
What, in essence is a ‘Book of Black Arts’ in the Scandinavian, and more specifically Swedish magical traditions? The...
The Xylographic Menagerie with Live Rainey-SmithMarch 5, 2013
Your images are a substantial component of Robert Fitzgerald’s new book Arcanum Bestiarum, which features over fifty original woodblock...
For the Beautiful Woman, by Dale PendellDecember 20, 2012
Atropa, I bend my song to you. An argument emerged among the philosophers, over Fate, said to be beyond...
An Interview With Benjamin VierlingMarch 21, 2012
THREE HANDS PRESS. At a time where many painters are treating esoteric subject matter in an exoteric fashion, it’s...
Traditional Witchcraft: Historicity and Perpetuity with Michael HowardJanuary 29, 2012
Twentieth-century occultism witnessed a surfacing of various public claims to an historical witch-cult in England and North America, some...