by Lee Morgan 168 pages from the publisher The field of witchcraft studies is continually over-turning new information and research about traditional witchcraft practices and their meanings. A Deed Without a Name seeks to weave together some of this cutting-edge research with insider informat..
First published in 1680, this book is an important example of the ideas and beliefs surrounding the practices of witchcraft that were used in the persecution of witches and other practitioners. The appearance and feel of the original text is carefully reproduced, alongside photo-plates of selected o..
You loved the zines! Now have them all in book form! "by Joshua Chapman, age 11 Written from the perspective of an eleven year old in 1990 who has become obsessed with Star Trek as a way of coping with the emotional neglect of his mom, A Field Guide to the Aliens of Star Trek: The Next Ge..
Pretty much what it says it is. This 40 page book breaks down what capitalism is and how it relates to you. Capitalism has not always been around, it is not democratic, and it is not natural. This book discusses disinvestment in capitalism through the lens off paganism, community, and solidarity. Th..
THE CLASSIC NATIONAL BESTSELLER A wonderful, splendid book--a book that should be read by every American, student or otherwise, who wants to understand his country, its true history, and its hope for the future. -Howard Fast Historian Howard Zinn's A People's History of the United Stat..
This is my new go-to guide for new witches. It is a witchcraft based in nature and elements and untangles religion from witchcraft as a practice but shows a deeply spiritual pursuit by a self identified animistic pantheist. It is thoughtful and really friendly. The author is also one of the folks be..
You don't need a lush garden to begin wildcrafting--you can find plenty of magickal herbs growing just outside your door. A Witch's Guide to Wildcraft explores more than thirty common plants, providing tips for identification, gathering, and cultivation as well as specific rituals and magick..
Discover how the lore of the natural world can inform and influence your magical practice. Giles Watson explores the lives and lore of animals that are employed as motifs in witchcraft's history, such as reptiles, amphibians, and rats. He also casts light on the magical significance of birds, sp..
From Contagion Press: Acéphale (1936–1939) by Georges Bataille et. al. In 1936, at the height of the anti-fascist struggle, French Surrealist Georges Bataille and his closest friends took leave of the revolutionary milieu to form a fanatically religious secret society under..
Add Toner brings together classic, out of print issues of Cometbus magazine, including 'Lanky' (a novella), 'Back to the Land' (an oral history of the children of hippie homesteaders) plus sixty other interviews and short stories. The text is lovingly handwritten, interspersed with b..
The author assumes no previous knowledge of the field, only a willingness to explore what magick offers. Chapman draws on a wide range of experience, from classical Crowleyean Magick, to eastern metaphysics, and back again to Discordianism and Chaos Magick. Table of Contents: Acknowledgements..
ABOUT: Falling somewhere between Trainspotting and Like Water for Chocolate, Adam Gnade’s self-described “food novel” frames each chapter around a meal, and from there moves wild in all directions. After Tonight, Everything Will Be Different takes place in San Diego taco shops and ..