An exploration of the wild spirits that once roamed the lands and inhabited the waters and the pagan rites used to gain their good will- Explores medieval stories and folk traditions of brownies, fairies, giants, dragons, will-o'-the-wisps, and demons- Explains the specific rites perfo..
Created by a present-day initiate of the Old Craft, this modern grimoire shares thirteen craft rites for solo practitioners and groups. The Old One embodies the bridge between the material and spiritual worlds that witches and wizards use to access the powers of magic. This book includes instruction..
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A comprehensive handbook of more than 1,000 magical words, phrases, symbols, and secret alphabets- Explains the origins, derivatives, and practical usage of each word, phrase, and spell as well as how they can be combined for custom spell- Based ..
This quarter sized book is a fun read that you will want to share with your friends. Short sweet illustrated descriptions that explain the difference between things that are often confused or transposed.140 Pages with a spine!..
You loved the zine, now read the book!"From underground cult hero Dishwasher Pete comes the story of his 12-year cross-country quest to wash dishes in all 50 states and how he abandoned his mission for love.Dishwasher is the true story of a man on a mission: to clean dirty dishes profe..
Adam Gnade's The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Fighting the Big Motherfuckin' Sad is a self-described "anti-depression guide/guide to a freer, more lawless life." Gnade's book looks at the root causes of sadness, anxiety, and general malaise/boredom and offers helpful point-by-p..
"Appalachian folk magic and conjure are little known today, but forty or fifty years ago, just about every person you might ask in Appalachia either knew something about it themselves or knew someone who did it. These practices and 'superstitions' are at the core Appalachian culture. Wh..
A back-issue fave from one of the best zines ever. Long personal stories that look both outward and inward in surprising ways. The opening piece on love is possibly one of the best Doris moments, going through the many different kinds of love, the ways it can look and the ways it can chang..
In this issue of Doris, Cindy writes about hope and people's desire for meaningful work. She writes about her belief that people will change and start living sustainably, even when those around her don't hold the same belief. She writes about the philosophy of social ecology and how it ..
Long running zine by Cindy Crabb writes about sexuality, feminism, raising two miniature horses, Rock and Roll Camp For Girls, and how to lovingly fix a broken cassette tape in a way only she can.- DNQuarter size..
This is a brave issue of Doris! Cindy starts by talking about community, what it is and how it is formed. Cindy writes about her experiences bonding with 'normal' people in a Somatic Experiencing Trauma Resolution Training for Therapists and body workers after years of building mo..
In this new (!) issue of the long-running Doris zine, Cindy writes about her unique relationship with her friend Elliott and the time they spent squatting in an old empty beach house in Cape Cod following the death of a friend. She writes about the freedom she and Elliott had then, to devo..