I’ve been working a great deal on my next project, so most of my energy has gone into that rather than blogging. We have two new books – one released, one upcoming – which should be of interest to Papers readers.
The first is a new release from Rubedo Press, Cypriana: Old World, which is devoted to the magician-turned-saint whose devotion has seen a revival among many magical practitioners recently. We have articles by Al Cummins, Jesse Hathaway, José Leitão, and others dealing with Cyprian, stretching from Antioch to Iberia to Scandinavia. (Full disclosure: I was invited to contribute, but I couldn’t get something ready in time. I’m very much enjoying what I’ve read so far, though.)
The second is an Indiegogo campaign for A Compendium of Unnatural Black Magic, new translations of six books from the Faustian tradition from Enodia Press, released in hardback. The project has already funded, so you should be good to go if you’d like to order it.
That’s all for now!