A fresh cultural analysis of female monsters from Greek mythology, and an invitation for all women to reclaim these stories as inspiration for a more wild, more “monstrous” version of feminism
Finally sort out who’s who in Greek mythology—from gods, goddesses, heroes, monsters, and everyone in between!
Greek mythology continues to appear in popular movies and books today but have you ever wondered about where these characters started out?
"I lived in a haunted apartment." Davisson opens this definitive work on Japan's ghosts, or yurei, with a personal tale about the spirit world. Shifting from anecdotes to deep research to translation of ancient ghost stories, he explores the persistence of yurei in modern Japan and their continued popularity throughout the West. Color images of yurei appear throughout the book.
The first volume in Joseph Campbell's monumental four-volume Masks of God series, originally published in 1959 and now revised with up-to-date science and new illustrations in this Collected Works of Joseph Campbell edition
Traditional Southern root magic and conjure from someone who learned the old ways growing up in rural Appalachia.
Folk magic conjurer and root worker Orion Foxwood invites you to take a walk through his native Appalachia, through moonlit orchards and rural farms, to the dark of the crossroads.
Walk with Dragons through the Wheel of the Year
Selected as one of NPR's Best Books of 2019
Selected by National Geographic as one of 12 "great books for travelers this holiday season"
The stories of Finn MacCoul and his warriors were once told at every fireside in Scotland and Ireland. After centuries in obscurity, this collection brings the tales roaring to life again. Here you will find Diarmuid, whom no woman can help but fall in love with, and Ossian, a warrior-poet raised in the woods by a wild deer.
Behold the Mysteries of the Faery Beasts
Discover the Folk Magick of the British Isles
A Showcase of Spells, Lore, and the Origins of Magickal Practices