I've got some exciting news to share with you all: I was recently named Associate Editor of Abraxas International Journal of Esoteric Studies. It's a stunningly gorgeous, full-color, coffee-table-book-sized publication that explores the occult and art, from both a historical and highly contemporary point of view. Past issues have featured articles, interviews, and artworks by such visionaries as Alan Moore, Ira Cohen, Brion Gysin, and Doreen Valiente. The production value on it is truly gobsmacking, with its impeccable design, and rich inks and papers, which make it feel like a bit of a grimoire itself.
Abraxas is the brainchild of two people who have my deepest admiration: Robert Ansell of the exquisite Fulgur press, and Christina Oakley Harrington, historian and proprietor of Treadwell's occult shop in London. I'm truly honored to join such stellar company, and feel such excitement at getting to be part of such a magickal venture. I'll be announcing more Abraxas news down the road, but in the meantime, you can order the latest issue here.