Treadwells are proud to announce the release of Abraxas, co-produced with Fulgur, Ltd. It is an annual publication of esoteric art, writing, scholarship, essays, poetry and translation.
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Treadwells announce new esoteric journal Abraxas

Treadwells announce new esoteric journal Abraxas

Treadwells announce new esoteric journal Abraxas

Treadwell’s are proud to announce the release of Abraxas, co-produced with Fulgur, Ltd. It is an annual publication of esoteric art, writing, scholarship, essays, poetry and translation. This new venture has new and established writers, younger and older artists, scholars and visionaries, practitioners and observers.

The theme of the first issue is Witchcraft. Of international scope, Abraxas has contributors from Australia to California, from Mexico to Italy. By placing a pre-order, you ensure a copy is delivered to you straight off the press. I think you will understand why we are excited and gratified.

Contributors
Rebecca Beattie  - initiation
Dr John Callow – Albrecht Durer’s witches
Phil Hine –  Lobsang Rampa as guru
Daniel Schulke – plant sorcery
Sarah Penicka-Smith – flying ointments
Ellie Hughes – urban witch
Anonymous – sorceries of the threshold
Stuart Inman – traditional witchcraft
Edward Gauntlett – magic and witchcraft in Arthur Machen
Stephen Grasso – witchcraft, voodoo and the city
Lily Moss  --  Venus
James Butler – Sappho,  Aphrodite
Zachary Cox – daemons and sleeping souls
Allyson Shaw – mermaids and bloody tails
Art by Francesco Parisi, Naagrom and many others

Issue One: Witchcraft. 

The witch, the sorcerous artist, is an elusive figure rising above and sinking below the horizon of visibility, from the twisting of red threads in a hovel in the medieval Dorgogne to the oblations amidst traffic at a crossroads in Times square. Witchcraft, sorcery, the cunning arts – their men and women are nameless mostly but a few names achieved notoriety. Some names we know for their practice, others for the images conjured by accusers. The cast of artificers runs from Joan of Arc to George Pickingill, Gilles de Rais to Alex Sanders, Gerald Gardner to Albrecht Durer, Doreen Valiente to the Grand Inquisitor. And the unknowns – those whose traces are in the currents of the streams of the invisible. We conjure, we remember, we invent.

Our partner, Fulgur Ltd.

Over nearly two decades the publishers Fulgur Limited have established a reputation for high-quality book production within the esoteric genre, and have a proven record in fostering the fine and visual arts: from established figures such as Austin Osman Spare, Michael Bertiaux and Steffi Grand, to gifted younger occult artists such as Andrew Chumbley, Orryelle Defenestrate Bascule and Barry William Hale.

Deluxe Issue. 171 numbered copies. Deluxe copies come with an original, hand-printed wood-engraving by Francesco Parisi. 290mm x 232mm, 128 pages, hardcover, hand-bound, full grey cloth, endpapers, title stamped on spine, letter-press Manifesto. £70.00 (+p&p for non-UK orders).

Standard Issue. 290mm x 232mm, 128 pages, softcover. We might not be hand-numbering these, but then, we won’t be reprinting them either. There are less than you think, and i ncluded in every copy is a letter-press printed Manifesto. £25.00 (+p&p for non-UK orders).

To Order: Fulgur Ltd Website »

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