The Fenris Wolf

Issue no. 7

fw7
The occultural journal that constantly dissolves the boundaries between art and the esoteric.

Carl Abrahamsson – Editor’s Introduction
Sara George & Carl Abrahamsson – Fernand Khnopff, Symbolist
Sasha Chaitow – Making the Invisible Visible
Vanessa Sinclair – Psychoanalysis and Dada
Kendell Geers – Tu Marcellus Eris
Stephen Sennitt – Fallen Worlds, Without Shadows
Antony Hequet – Slam Poetry: The Warrior Poet
Antony Hequet – Slam Poetry: The Rebel Poet
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge – Alien Lightning Meat Machine
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge – This Is A Nice Planet
Patrick Lundborg – Psychedelic Philosophy
Henrik Dahl – Visionary Design
Philip Farber – Higher Magick
Kendell Geers – Painting My Will
Carl Abrahamsson – The Imaginative Libido
Angela Edwards – The Sacred Whore
Vera Nikolich – The Women of the Aeon
Jason Louv – Wilhelm Reich
Kasper Opstrup – To Make It Happen
Peter Grey – A Manifesto of Apocalyptic Witchcraft
Timothy O’Neill – The Gospel of Cosmic Terror
Stephen Sennitt – Sentient Absence
Carl Abrahamsson – Anton LaVey, Magical Innovator
Alexander Nym – Magicians: Evolutionary Agents or Regressive Twats?
Antti P Balk – Thelema
Kjetil Fjell – The Vindication of Thelema
Derek Seagrief – Exploring Past Lives
Sandy Robertson – The Fictional Aleister Crowley
Adam Rostoker – Whence Came the Stranger?
Emory Cranston – A Preface to the Scented Garden
Manon Hedenborg-White – Erotic Submission to the Divine
Carl Abrahamsson – What Remains for the Future?
Frater Achad – Living In the Sunlight
Genesis Breyer P-Orridge – Magick Squares and Future Beats


Filed under Art, Fiction, Poetry, Theory
Dimensions 148 × 210 mm
Edited byCarl Abrahamsson
Edition777
DesignerCarl Abrahamsson
Pages360
BindingPerfect bound
PrintingOffset
LanguageEnglish
Year2014
ISBN978-91-981278-4-3

Edda

Edda

Edda is a publisher based in Stockholm, Sweden, founded by artist Fredrik Söderberg and writer Carl Abrahamsson.