A two part Show List, the first section for the phyical fair and the second section for the related Virtual Fair. The first part focuses on Occult and Esoterica, the second focuses on books arts and bindings. We have deeper holdings in all represented areas, please contact us for additional information.
Illustrated show list. It is rather long, as the show includes 60 items. There is an image (or two) of each item...and more 'at the fair' or upon request. A broad range of items. Special note: Fracktured Lives, the result of a decades' work by Bullet Space.
Not A Catalogue: We were very pleased earlier in the year to place Ximena Perez Grobet's remarkable work, Reading Finnegans Wake at the Univ. of Toronto's Marshall McLuhan Library. They have just included a nice announcement in the new issue of Halcyon (June 2021): Knitting Finnegans Wake.
More images available of all items. A quick overview of interesting and unsual items: book arts, fine printing, design bindings, occult, etc. Work from creators in the US, Mexico, and beyond. Enjoy.
Two dozen works...artist books and design bindings. Images of all...more available upon request. Enjoy.
Quick illustrated collection of occult titles written by women.
This weekend brings us the Western States Book and Paper Fair [Virtual]. We will be showing a handful or two of interesting items, old and new. There are a few images for each found here...many more at the fair or upon request.
Dr. Leo Louis Martello was an author, graphologist, hypnotist and Witch of note who came to prominence during the Pagan/Witchcraft Renaissance of the late 1960s and early 1970s. As well as being very public regarding his Witchcraft, Leo was also very much “out of the closet.” He was a founding member of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF), acting as its first moderator. Leo would help GLF beyond being an officer, as he also created an editorial arm, being among the first to publish a newsletter by and for gay people called Come Out! He remained active in GLF until he had a falling out with other members over political opinions. He would move on to become a champion for the gay community within the modern Pagan world.--Witches' Almanac.