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This feature was created by Serena Mazzini Black Letter Press If there is something that has always been part of man life since the dawn of time, that is the search for understanding the secrets of nature, knowing their meaning and raising the veil of Isis. The impressive thing is

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As someone once said to Faustus, try your brains and gain a deity, thought Brianna. The end of the beginning. Firstly, Brianna must be magically consecrated if she is in turn to become a magician. She must set herself free from the everyday world, her world; disconnect her connections, for

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Imagine. A return to a mystical land, where there are many burials but no funerals. Twenty thousand here, ten thousand there. Give or take a dozen either way. An attempt to hide an entire people under soil. What a valiant and audacious plan! Here they go again. Drinking the black

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It’s hard to believe it’s been five years since Wicked Woman was first published. Of course, it’s really even older than that, because it was years of work in the making.  I first stumbled across the idea when I had to do a project in college about women in metal,

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Photos: Daniel Kirby Going into hibernation is tricky business for any musical band, no matter how creative or innovative their sound might be. The hardest part about it is the manner in which they return. What usually occurs is a simple rehashing of old ideas, trying to capture a magic

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Rock Springs and the Legend of Dax Riggs “Dax used to live here,” people said; or, “My older brother knew him.” I grew up in a small coal mining town in Southwestern Wyoming called Rock Springs. Kids at my junior high used to wear Acid Bath t-shirts and hoodies—the ones

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