Servants of the Star and the Snake

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Compiled and edited by Henrik Bogdan, Servants of the Star & the Snake is a collection of eighteen essays by fourteen different writers on the work of Kenneth and Steffi Grant. It will be published in April 2018 in a first edition of 1,000 copies and is now available for advance ordering. In octavo format and expected to run to approximately 280 pages, the book will be produced as a sewn-bound hardback, with a number of colour plates and half-tone illustrations, illustrated endpapers and a full-colour dustjacket. More details about the content of the book can be found here.

The standard edition, 978-1-906073-39-8, is bound in black cloth and priced at £25.00. Postage and packing is an additional £4.00 within the UK, £7.00 within European countries outside the UK, and £12.00 elsewhere. For customers in Canada and the USA, the standard edition should be ordered from Holmes Publishing, our distributors there.

The deluxe edition, 978-1-906073-40-4, will be limited to 100 copies, with boards bound in hand-made paper and with an additional leather quarter-binding across the spine, With full-colour dust-jacket, black and white custom printed endpapers, and with top and tail bands to the binding, the book will be housed in a cloth-bound slipcase. Each copy will hand-numbered, and signed by the compiler and editor, Henrik Bogdan, and Michael Staley, the Publisher. Expected to be available in June 2018, advance orders are being taken now. The price is £130.00. Postage and packing is an additional £7.00 within the UK, £18.00 within Europe, and £25.00 elsewhere.

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William Thirteen

yes, it is chock full of tasty treats!



Michael Staley

Thank you, Paul and Chris, for your appreciative remarks. In the course of preparing the material on the origins of New Isis Lodge, I came across something that has opened up new vistas.

There will be more volumes like ‘Servants of the Star & the Snake’ in years to come, and I hope to continue collaboration with Henrik Bogdan.