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Interview: Francesca Pelaccia, Author of ‘The Witch’s Salvation’

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"Of course, there is a theme, but the theme is never what authors of genre aim for with their novels." Read More »

Book Review: Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon

This demanding, postmodern epic is a hysterical, paranoid journey through the chaos at the end of WWII. Read More »

Book Review: The 7 Laws of Magical Thinking: How Irrational Beliefs Keep Us Happy, Healthy, and Sane, by Matthew Hutson

An exploration of the rational benefits of irrational thinking Read More »

Book Review: Five Dances with Death: Dance One, by Austin Briggs

Definitely worth a read if you're looking for something different. Read More »

Book Review: Atlantis: Bearer of Fruit by David Speight

The adventure will take you on a journey filled with excitement, mysticism and historical references of Atlantis from Biblical to Grecian accounts. Read More »

Book Review: Mind Over Metal by Scott von Heldt

An interesting and though-provoking read an interesting exploration of the spiritual side of creating music. Read More »

Kabbalah: Umberto Eco’s Poetics Meets Jewish Mysticism

Eco's postmodern fiction puts on the same level mystical devotion, religious orders, the occult, and, to a certain extent, even science. Read More »

Ancient Kabbalah- Entering Heavenly Palaces

The ancient texts of Helhalot and Merkavah Read More »

Daniel Martin Diaz and the Lowbrow Tarot Project

Interesting artists featured in an inventive group exhibit project. Read More »

Book Review: The Marien Revelation by Miguel Santana

The entwined stories of two women upend the familiar tales that are the foundations of Christianity in a compellingly crafted novel that invites questioning. Read More »