Fiddler's Green 7 (Vol.2, no.4): Gods of the Afternoon [Zine]
The seventh issue of Fiddler's Green, also known as “Gods of the Afternoon,” published February 2020.
Fiddler’s Green 7 features copper titling, a cover drawn by Benjamin A. Vierling, and 52 pages of art and magic, including reviews, a letters column, and the following:
• Et in Arcadia Ego, by Benjamin A. Vierling
• Magic at the Doorstep: Better Dwelling on the Threshold, Editorial by Clint Marsh
• The Written Word Where the Veil is Thin: Meaning and Misdirection on the Grimoire Path, by Daniel Yates, illustrated by Drowned Orange
• Who Shall Inherit the Earth? Wilderness and Anti-Humanism in Witchcraft, by Melissa Madara, illustrated by Moritz Krebs
• Theogony Made Simple: Tracing the Divine Branches of Your Family Tree, written and illustrated by Craig Conley
• Descended Masters: William Blake and the Fallen Angels, by Samuel McCabe, with illustrations from William Blake
• Releasing Wood Spirits: A Simple Question and a Life’s Work, written and illustrated by Susan Alexander
• The Heroine’s Journey, by Kelsey Yandura, illustrated by Jeff Hoke
• “A is for Apple,” fiction by Elin Heron, illustrated by Alexis Berger
• Remembering Will Cloughley, by Clint Marsh
• Utopia and Its Discontents, by Apio Ludd
• Mushroom Madness: by Anton Barbeau
Fiddler's Green 7: Gods of the Afternoon [Zine]
¶ Stapled Zine.
$22 CAD (Approx. $17 USD)
This Zine is only made available via the North-American store, however, we ship worldwide (except to countries still under postal 'lock-down' due to the Covid-19 situation).
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