Anthropodermic Bibliopegy: Books Bound In Human Skin

Column by Peter Derk
Why do books bound in human skin exist? Why do libraries have them? Why should they be preserved?

Nonfiction Reads to Strengthen Your Relationship with the Witch

Column by Stephanie M. Wytovich, MFA November 17, 2021
Nonfiction reading recommendations for witches, witchy writers, or writers writing about witches.
Interview: 10 Questions with Francesco Levato

Interview: 10 Questions with Francesco Levato

Interview by Leza Cantoral
The "Arsenal/Sin Documentos" author discusses art, heritage and activism, and how they intersect.

A Brief History Of Folk Horror In Literature

Column by Christopher Shultz
The term "folk horror" might have originally only referred to films, but there is a lush history of novels and short stories that definitely belong to the subgenre.

A Literary Gift Guide for Witches

Column by George Cotronis December 14, 2016
Some book and film suggestions for the special witch in your life this holiday season.