A substantial review of the new edition/reprint of William Seabrook’s memoir, Asylum, in the London Review of Books… Dover Press has reissued William Seabrook’s 1934 memoir Asylum, an account of his self-committal to a mental hospital in an attempt to cure his chronic alcoholism. Seabrook, who committed suicide in 1945,
Anthology of uncollected writings should secure a reappraisal of notorious occultist, says publisher Aleister Crowley, the occultist once dubbed the “wickedest man in the world”, is due for a reassessment as a short-story writer, according to a new anthology of his uncollected writing which includes never-before-published work by the author.
FULLY REVISED & EXPANDED EDITION OF ALEISTER CROWLEY’S THE DRUG & OTHER STORIES NOW AVAILABLE… A revised and expanded second edition of Aleister Crowley’s The Drug & Other Stories is now available from book publisher, Wordsworth Editions. The book brings together fifty-four of the religious philosopher, writer and poet’s stories,
New release: Colin D. Campbell’s ‘Of the Arte Goetia Richard Kaczynski: Teitan Press has just announced the release of Colin D. Campbell’s ‘Of the Arte Goetia’, in which Campbell examines the evolution of The Goetia from the proto-Goetia of Wier’s Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, through the first English translation in Scot’s Discoverie
This from David Tibet: We are OverAllTheMoons to announce details of an imminent anthology by David Tibet, released at the same time, and with the same title, as the new album by Current 93 93/93 The Moons At Your Door, published by the ever-wonderful Strange Attractor Press, is an anthology of
I am pleased to announce the forthcoming release of Essays 2 of the McMurtry-Cornelius A.’.A.’. This second volume in an ongoing series contains twenty-three essays by A.’.A.’. Adepts on magickal topics. Taken as a whole, the essays shed special light upon the theory and practice of the BABALON formula, culminating
The 100th Monkey Press is proud to present a quality, boxed set, edition of Crowley’s Rites of Eleusis. This boxed set consists of: Seven hand-bound booklets, one for each of the Rites A hand-bound facsimile of Crowley’s “The Rites of Eleusis” used to advertise the Rites A hand-bound booklet of