Just as we had settled down after receiving The Fenris Wolf 4, and loving its slightly new look, here comes The Fenris Wolf 1-3...
This volume, which is an anthology of the first three issues (originally published 1989-1993), contains material by Anton LaVey, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, William Burroughs, Austin Osman Spare, Hymenæus Beta, Ben Kadosh, Freya Aswynn, Rodney Orpheus, ONA, William Heidrick, Terence Sellers, Zbigniew Karkowski, Carl Michael von Hausswolff and Leif Elggren (KREV), Lionel Snell, Stein Jarving, John Alexander, Tim O’Neill, Peter Gilmore, Phauss, Frater Nigris, Jack Stevenson, TOPYUS, Nemo, Philip Marsh, Beatrice Eggers, Andrew McKenzie, Fetish 23, and Carl Abrahamsson, on topics as diverse as dreams, Christian right-wing conspiracies, ritual aspects of performance art, Aleister Crowley’s roots and his philosophy of Thelema, Thee Temple Ov Psychick Youth (TOPY), Jayne Mansfield, Kenneth Anger, Harry Smith, Satanism, Pythagoras, Plato, the Hellenes, demonic aspects of cinema, the Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.), psychedelics as agents of creativity, Acid House as a liberating subculture, the inauguration of the Kingdoms of Elgaland-Vargaland, the technology of consciousness, pornography, the esotericism of the left-hand path, Northern magic, and much more... Trapart Books, 2020. 6 x 9" paperback. 322 pages.
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And yes... Let's sum up the most recent re-issues, as well as the new issue, while we're at it.
The Fenris Wolf 10 (2020)
This volume contains material by Ludwig Klages, David Beth, Henrik Dahl, Peter Sjöstedt-H, Jesse Bransford, Max Razdow, Christopher Webster, Kendell Geers, Kadmus, Billie Steigerwald, Fred Andersson, Zaheer Gulamhusein, Charlotte Rodgers, Craig Slee, Damien Patrick Williams, Philip H. Farber, Thomas Bey William Bailey, Mitch Horowitz, Ramsey Dukes, Anders Lundgren, Peggy Nadramia, Nina Antonia, Jack Stevenson, Andrea Kundry, Joan Pope, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Vanessa Sinclair, Claire-Madeline Corso, and Carl Abrahamsson…
… On topics as diverse as magico-anthropology, sexual magic, eroto-psychedelic art, Friedrich Nietzsche’s use of psychoactive drugs, the occult meaning of the Fenris Wolf in Scandinavian Asatro, joint dreaming, mytho-historical traces within Völkish photography, the magic and influence of African art, disease as magical incentive, Cripkult, daoism, buddhism and machine consciousness, memetic entities, memetic magick, the transformative power of causative thinking, an interview with author Gary Lachman about Colin Wilson and his magical writings, dark Hollywood, Mike “Hellboy” Mignola and the Lovecraft connection, the full story of Benjamin Christensen’s cinematic masterpiece “Witchcraft Through the Ages” (1922), the full story of Anton LaVey’s Satanic Bible, the gnostic-alchemical eroticism in the art of Joan Pope, Genesis P-Orridge’s memories of a life of occultural experimentation, and much more…
Trapart Books 2020. Cover art by Val Denham. 6 x 9” paperback. 422 pages of inspiration: “A Smörgåsbord of Occulture & Delightenment!”
The Fenris Wolf 7 (2014/2020)
This volume contains material by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Frater Achad, Timothy O’Neill, Philip Farber, Kendell Geers, Sasha Chaitow, Derek Seagrief, Vera Nikolich, Alexander Nym, Vanessa Sinclair, Stephen Sennitt, Antony Hequet, Patrick Lundborg, Henrik Dahl, Angela Edwards, Jason Louv, Kasper Opstrup, Peter Grey, Antti Balk, Kjetil Fjell, Sandy Robertson, Adam Rostoker, Emory Cranston, Manon Hedenborg-White, Sara George and Carl Abrahamsson, on topics as diverse as Aleister Crowley, Rudolf Steiner, Anton LaVey, Sar Peladan, Fernand Khnopff, Marcel Duchamp, Robert Heinlein, William Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Wilhelm Reich, Thelema, Satanism, Symbolism, psychoanalysis, Dada, apocalyptic witchcraft, psychedelic philosophy, visionary book covers, Cannabis, artificial human companions, sacred prostitution, German Expressionist cinema, slam poetry, independent universities, extraterrestrial influences, astrology, sexual magic, science fiction and more… Trapart Books, 2020. 6 x 9" paperback. 320 pages.
The Fenris Wolf 4 (2011/2020)
Material by Peter H Gilmore, Peter Grey, John Duncan, Ramsey Dukes, Tim O’Neill, Thomas Karlsson, David Beth, Payam Nabarz, Hiram Corso, Jean-Pierre Turmel, Kendell Geers, Z’EV, Robert Taylor, Phil Farber, Thomas Bey William Bailey, Ernst Jünger, Baba Rampuri, Aki Cederberg, and Carl Abrahamsson, on topics as diverse as Thelema, Kenneth Anger, Satanism, democracy, the astral technology of “Civilization X”, the blood mysteries of the Blutleuchte, The Process Church of the Final Judgement, an interview with Timothy Wyllie, the power of profane language and cursing, the cabalistic calls, the pantheon of Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, magical uses of the Dreamachine, the esoteric order Dragon Rouge, Terence McKenna, psychedelics, LSD, psilocybin, Indian spirituality, Naga Babas, magical pilgrimages, a unique series of evocative ink images by Swedish artist Fredrik Söderberg, and much more. Trapart Books, 2020. 260 pages, 6 x 9" paperback.
Why not also indulge in some other recent good stuff...?
Carl Abrahamsson: The Devil's Footprint
My new novel, The Devil’s Footprint, has also just been released. It’s a wild ride of a satirical tome, featuring well-known fictional culprits God and Satan. Can God be cured of his “Humanitis”? Can Satan fix the mess the humans have made? Join the Devil’s “Team Apocalypse” now to find out!
“God proposes the challenge of the millennium: if Satan sorts out the ever growing human mess on Earth, God will lovingly take him back to Heaven as his favorite Archangel. Satan accepts, and sets out on a massive operation to balance out over-population, pollution, corruption, and other severely Satanic headaches – many of which he originally helped create... Easier said than done!
Satan’s love of the ambitiously mischievous humans is challenged as his own “Team Apocalypse” fervently sets to work. But as the world begins to change quickly and dramatically for the better, a new question arises: can God and his suspicious Archangels really be trusted in this cataclysmic, cosmic undertaking?”
Trapart Books, 2020. 190 pages, 5 x 8" paperback.
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Vanessa Sinclair: Switching Mirrors
Switching Mirrors is an amazing collection of cut-ups and mind-expanding poetry by Vanessa Sinclair. Delving into the unconscious and actively utilising the "third mind" as developed by William S Burroughs and Brion Gysin, Sinclair roams through suggestive vistas of magic, witchcraft, dreams, psychoanalysis, sex and sexuality (and more). Causal apprehensions are disrupted by a flow of impressions that open up the mind of the reader. What's behind language and our use of it? What happens when random factors and the unconscious are given free reign in poetic form? Switching Mirrors is what happens.
Trapart Books, 2020. 112 pages, 5 x 8" paperback.
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