Apologies for posting this in the 'Biography' section, but cannot appear to access the Crowley as Writer Forum, and time, as usual, is short (if not a little on the fat side).
So, we may be getting the 'Simon Iff' stories in readily available print; lots of enthusiasm for Wordsworth's lovely job on making 'The Drug and Other Stories' available last year. Where can I get this ? How much does it cost ? Wow, etc ?
But what do lashtalians make of it ??
What is your favourite Aleister Crowley story ? !
Was it that incisvely morbid tale "The Testament of Magdalen Blair" ? That wonderfully enjoyable exercise to pass time at a railway station, or other 'Stratagems'; that beautifully written and vilely fulfilled, gothic masterpiece "A Masque"; or the testament to Leila Wadell's enduring, and haunting sexuality in "The Violinist" ??
Come old, come new, come young and come bold; state your oppinion and let the website know. Give your appreciation of AC's 'religious philosophy':
only one proviso - you have to state the reason for your preference.
Love is the law, love under will.
Regards - Satan's Advocaat.
[I've given some indication of my own choices here].