Fiction and Literature Archive

Working with the Cthulhu Mythos: A practical guide to Lovecraft’s lore

By Xenia
Much of what has been written about the Cthulhu Mythos in a magical or

John Matthews on Arthurian legend and the quest for the Grail

By Nimue Brown
If you’ve ever scanned the shelves of an occultnik bookseller, the odds are very

Michelle Belanger on urban fantasy and world-making

By Kalagni
The Shadowside series is Michelle Belanger’s well-researched attempt to flesh out the mythology of

Michelle Belanger on urban fantasy and world-making: The uncut interview

By Kalagni
Members Only: An extended interview with Michelle Belanger about The Shadowside series, Belanger’s take

Dreamers, shapers, singers, and makers: Magick and the art of storytelling

By Michelle Belanger
Storytelling allows us to create whole new worlds or to recast our current one

The Initiatory Path in Fairy Tales, by Bernard Roger

By Syndee Barwick
The Initiatory Path in Fairy Tales is a fascinating and enlightening keeper for fairy

Nature Mystics, by Rebecca Beattie

By Marjorie Jensen
Part of the Pagan Portals series, Nature Mystics is a strong introduction to connections

Review: Nature’s God, by Robert Anton Wilson

By Psyche
Nature’s God: The History of the Early Illuminati (The Historical Illuminatus Chronicles, Volume III),

Review: The Widow’s Son, by Robert Anton Wilson

By Psyche
The Widow’s Son Volume: The History of the Early Illuminati (The Historical Illuminatus Chronicles,

Review: Messiah’s Handbook, by Richard Bach

By Psyche
Messiah’s Handbook: Reminders for the Advanced Soul, by Richard Bach Hampton Roads, 1571744215, 216

Review: The Earth Will Shake, by Robert Anton Wilson

By Psyche
The Earth Will Shake: The History of the Early Illuminati (The Historical Illuminatus Chronicles,

God’s Debris, by Scott Adams

By The Wizzard
I found God's Debris to be somewhat disjointed.