In this dual topic issue, we examine the ethics of the global binding spell of President Donald J.Trump, as well as looking at the issue of occult writers and payment. Plus fiction.
Contributors include Morgan Drake Eckstein, Shea Herlihy-Abba, Scott Michael Stenwick, James Bull, Jonathan Barlow Gee, Lee Anderson, Moon Gazer, A. J. Hallows and Misha Sparks. More
In this dual topic issue, we examine the ethics of the global binding spell of Trump, as well as looking at the issue of occult writers and payment.
Table of contents
The unholy binding of President Trump (by evil witches) Apologies to those who support Trump—Morgan Drake Eckstein How do we fix the divide between us?—A.J. Hallows Global ritual to bind Donald Trump and those who abet his actions (version 2.1-ish) Dates for future Global Bind Donald J. Trump rituals The Ethics of Binding Spells--Moon Gazer Is it wrong to bind President Donald J. Trump?—Morgan Drake Eckstein
Fiction Water and Dreams— Shea Herlihy-Abba A Fey Encounter— Misha Sparks
Poetry Juggling puppies—Morgan Drake Eckstein
Rituals Beltane Ritual—Moon Gazer The Language of Flowers Litha Ritual—Moon Gazer
Should occult writers be paid? Occult Magic: For Prophecy And / Or Profit; For Neither And / Or Both—Jonathan Barlow Gee Against Occult Piracy—Scott Michael Stenwick Don't Steal This Essay—James Bulls The hidden cost of book piracy—Lee Anderson Should occult writers be allowed to earn royalties—Morgan Drake Eckstein
Letters to the editor (Facebook responses to our Writers and Payment submission call)
Seen on the internet Two book piracy discussions “We only make a dollar per occult book.”
Still seeking submissions for future issue of the Denver Witch Quarterly.
Seeking editorials, and non-fiction articles on paganism, occultism, magic, witchcraft, and Wicca; fiction and poetry; humor and cartoons; artwork and photographs. Email submissions to basttemple [at] msn [dot] com
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Denver Witch Quarterly is a ebook/print-on-demand magazine focused on matters of interest to the esoteric and magical world. Includes editorials, non-fiction articles, rituals and instructional material, poems and fiction, and book reviews.