It’s been a while!
Not because of inactivity, let me assure you. It’s rather been a case of too much-ism. But now things are so settled I can share a few of the things that are going on.
First off, please note a few dates in your calendar:
On November 21st, we have a new #psychartcult evening c/o Morbid Anatomy. Our friends Kasper Opstrup and Icy Sedgwick talk about weirdness in literature and faces in gothic horror films. Don’t miss that!
Info & tickets :
If you’re in Malmö, Sweden, on December 17th, there will be a Genesis P-Orridge tribute at Inkonst. There will be a number of bands and artists performing, and my film “Change Itself – An Art Apart: Genesis Breyer P-Orridge” will be shown. More info here:
On December 19th, the fun continues at Morbid Anatomy, with lectures by Mitch Horowitz and myself. More info to follow on that one!
On December 21st, I lecture at Jake Kobrin’s “Magick 101” online course. His entire project is very ambitious, and offers talks from some really great and magical people. A crash course in magical awareness and empowering knowledge! Take a look:
Please use the following link to register:
New books from Trapart? You bet. First up is Nina Antona’s Dancing with Salomé – Courting the Uncanny with Oscar Wilde & Friends. Followed by a long-awaited re-issue of The Fenris Wolf 9. Followed by a new book by Vanessa and myself: It’s Magic Monday Every Day of the Week (an inspirational primer based on our posts about MagIQ on our Patreon page). Then followed by The Interlocutor by S Alfonso Williams & Vanessa. Then followed by Amok by Steven Cline. Followed by The Fenris Wolf 11 and 12. Then followed by the very first issue of the art magazine The Trapartisan Review.
I am also wrapping up a few projects of my own; most importantly the long overdue An Art Apart film and book. Should be out early next year, if all goes well.
Is there still more? Yes, of course. But I’ll save all that for a future post. Please make sure you’re signed up for these newsletters:
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Carl, Vimmerby, November 15th 2021
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