Abraxas 2

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Apologies for the late arrival of this announcement…

Treadwells and Fulgur are delighted to announce the second issue of the esoteric journal ABRAXAS is now available. As with our first issue, writers and artists have kindly submitted material from across the globe: Argentina, Australia, the United States, Mexico, Finland, Poland and the United Kingdom are all represented.

Substantially larger than the previous issue, Abraxas 2 offers over 210 pages of essays, poetry, interviews and art, much of it published for the first time. Uniquely produced in a large high quality format, printed on a variety of papers, richly illustrated in colour and monochrome, and offering our first free audio supplement, we hope this issue of Abraxas will provoke and inspire.
Full details at Fulgur’s site and the new Abraxas site.

Contributions for this second issue include:

An Ira Cohen Special Feature
The Ritual Theatre of Hallucination: Allan Graubard
The Far Side of the World’s Mirror: Ian MacFadyen
Remembering Ira: Edwin Pouncey

Essays
Brion Gysin: Shaman of the Beat Hotel: Jon Crabb
Peter Redgrove: Blood and Dreams: Edward Gauntlett
Finding the Long-Lost Friend: Dan Harms
The White Goddess, A Personal Account: Grevel Lindop
Fossil Angels: Alan Moore
Pashupâti: A Cainite Trimurti?: Shani Oates
Urban Sigils: Mark Titchner

Poetry, plus
Lost Words: Ira Cohen
The Habit of Perfection: Ithell Colquhoun
On the Always Wandering Way: Christopher Greenchild
Sorceress in Mauve: Peter Redgrove
Invocation of the Horned God: Doreen Valiente
Knowledge: T Thorn Coyle
To Raise the Dead and enjoy Congress with them: Peter Dube
She’s Lost Control: Heather Tracy
and more…

Art and Photography
Adan y Eva: Marcelo Bordese
Five Studies: Lauren Simonutti
Astral Flight: Talon Abraxas
Elucidarium: Misior
and more…

Interviews
IO:EVOE The Transvocatory Media of Barry Hale: An interview by Robert Fitzgerald
Portrait of a Magical Maker: An Interview with Joe Max: Amy Hale
Endless Shifting: A Feast of Images Swallowed by Sound: An interview with Adi Newton by Jack Sargeant
The Metamorphic Self: Robert Ansell talks with Cristina Francov

Music
tesserae: compiled by Gavin Semple

And our first free Audio Supplement CD featuring material from:

Arktau Eos – Aot-Ro-Oot*
John Contreras – Over the Treetops*
Cyclobe – The Unknowable Index (Extract from Sleeper)
English Heretic – 240 Hours*
High Mountain Tempel – The Goddess (Slight Return)
Kallee – BesMass
Philip Legard – Bet Sant yn Diuant abet Allawr
Noko: Order 41 The Fascinator (Abraxas Mix)*
Okok Research Bureau – The Sinister Pearl
Orryelle Defenestrate-Bascule ft. Orchestra-ted Chaos She Shall Ride He
The Psychogeographical Commission – Gutterbright to the Starres
Raagnagrok – Quince Essence*
TAGC – The Inhabitants of Nemirion

* Denotes an exclusive release.

Ordering
Overseas customers are advised the special issue is a large and heavy book, and shipping from the UK will reflect this in light of the recent rises in postal charges.

The Abraxas Journal is produced as a limited edition and will not be reprinted.

Issue Two

Special Issue
200 copies only with an ORIGINAL hand-printed silkscreen print of Babalon by Barry William Hale entitled ‘Regina Phasmatum’, each print signed and numbered by the artist, in a special folder. Last few copies remaining (as of August 12th)…

Large format 290mm x 232mm, 200+ pages, hardcover, bound in green cloth, endpapers, title stamped on spine. + Free audio CD

£90.00 (+p&p for non-UK orders)

Standard Issue
Large format 290mm x 232mm, 200+ pages, softcover + Free audio CD

£30.00 (+p&p for non-UK orders)

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