First of all folks I’d like to invite you to check the inaugural article by our new Elhaz Ablaze writer: Matt Anon! Matt and I have been in contact for years, though we’ve never met for geographical reasons. But kindred spirits are kindred spirits and I am very excited to have him join us.
In other news, the chapter I wrote for the chaos magic masterpiece Liber Malorum has been released into the wilds of the WWW by LM editor/weaver Sean Scullion. You can read this tale of sacred groves, land spirits and religious intolerance here. If you like the story then please buy a copy (or ten) of Liber Malorum (available here) cause the whole damn book is a masterpiece.
And for the observant – yes, I’ve been asked to become an editor of Hex Magazine. I don’t exactly hide my love for this marvellous publication and I’m very excited to become involved to such an in depth level. But remember folks, it’s a grass-roots labour of love and they/we need all the subscribers, advertisers and the rest that we can get to keep this beast fed and pumping!
Just released is an awesome but very limited run of all four print issues of Hex to date (including the ones that are out of print but for which a handful of copies have been redone on a one off basis), available in a unique and just amazing leather-bound book format (pictured right). Well worth your checking out, you can get more info on that here (and this has to be about the classiest way you could support Hex ever…)
I feel it only right to mention that while Elhaz Ablaze tends to be more radical than Hex, folk who like Hex just the way it is can be reassured that I like it just the way it is, too. As the flagship magazine of Heathenism in all of its marvellous manifestations – so long as they have heart. So I won’t be rocking the boat, and in any case at this point I’m more of what you’d call an auxiliary editor ;-)