'Transatlantic Cunning: English Occult Practices in the British American Colonies' - a chapter on what magics English colonists brought to the Americas: prejudices, prognostications, cunning-craft, geomancy, and nigromancy.
An anthology edited by myself, Jesse Hathaway Diaz and Dr Jenn Zahrt. This collection of translations, essays, and analysis explores European traditions connected to Saint Cyprian of Antioch: patron saint of occultists, grimoires, and necromancy. We are proud to include contributions from some of the foremost names in Cyprianic magic, including José Leitão and Jake Stratton-Kent. It is designed to be of use to historians, devotees, and magical practitioners alike.
My first book, The Starry Rubric examines the environmental, political, and social functions of astrology and astrological magic during a particularly turbulent period of England's history: from talismans to ensure a good harvest, to astral propaganda and prophecy during the civil wars, to a whole variety of medical diagnostics and treatments.
‘On Cut-up' - an essay on the theory and practice of the cut-up technique of Gysin and Burroughs in occult philosophy and magical practice. Contained in Mandragora: Further Explorations in Esoteric Poesis (Scarlet Imprint, 2012).
‘Textual Evidence for the Material History of Amulets in Seventeenth-Century England’, in Ronald Hutton (ed.), Physical Evidence for Ritual Acts, Sorcery and Witchcraft in Christian Britain: A Feeling for Magic (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)
‘The Three Purifiers: Asperging Herbs in the Grimorium Verum’ in Jake Stratton-Kent, Dis Albion and Erzebet Carr (eds.), Conjure Codex II (Hadean Press, 2013).