I’m thrilled to say I’m editing a limited-run magazine devoted to British folk horror and the occult, featuring words by Ronald Hutton, Katy Soar, John Reppion, Verity Holloway, Dee Dee Chainey, David Southwell, Mercedes Miller, and myself, and art by Paul Watson and Eli John. The Sacrifice Issue will be out in late October 2019, and you can pre-order it here.
The tenth instalment of the Daily Grail’s Darklore is out now! This anthology series covers Forteana, hidden history, fringe science, the paranormal and the occult.
My Folklore Thursday tweets from June 30th.
A vampire aficionado ought to travel to Transylvania at least once in her life. These are my recommendations for a trip focused on history, folklore and atmosphere.
The legend of the Holy Company, a procession of the dead, still provokes superstitious fear in rural areas in Spain. Early sources reveal its similarity to Celto-Germanic myths.
Image: Åsgårdsreien (1872) by Peter Nicolai Arbo