Saturday, 24 May 2014

Occulture in Norway

Making our final preparations for Metamorf 2014 Here to Go II in Norway.

Alkistis pictured in Norwegian press.

Peter Grey presenting on a new vision of talismanic publishing.
Alkistis Dimech performing (butoh) with industrial music pioneer Z’Ev and presenting on Sabbatic Dance.
We have already shipped a limited number of Scarlet Imprint books over and looking forward to meeting some of our Norwegian readers.

Great to be a part of this vibrant occultural event.

Full line-up here:

Monday, 19 May 2014

Tara Morgana Launch Party

Tara Morgana will be launched at Treadwell’s Bookshop in London on Friday June 27 at 7pm.
Come and join Scarlet Imprint for a relaxed evening of wine and conversation with poet Paul Holman and photographer Paul Lambert.

A brief reading will be given from the book and both Paul and Paul will be present to discuss their work.

All our readers are welcome to attend our launch parties which are a good opportunity to mix with the denizens of occult London and further afield as well as attendees from the literary and artistic worlds.

Tara Morgana
is a genre defying work that needs to be celebrated, and this will be a night to remember.

Full details of the title can be found here

For those wishing to attend, please RSVP to us by email with your names and anyone you wish to bring.

Treadwell's is easy to find in Central London:
Treadwell's Bookshop, 33 Store Street Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7BS


Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Runesoup - Scarlet Imprint Interviewed

Scarlet Imprint were recently interviewed by Runesoup for the Find the Others series which has previously featured Jake Stratton-Kent.

An opportunity for us to have a more informal discussion about ‘…eschatology, surfing, post-imperialism, the role of death in magic, art, dance and, of course the role of the book in magic… both its positive and negative one’. As Gordon says, ‘A continuing thread through my discussion with Peter and Alkistis is whether it is possible to extract oneself from the monoculture, why so few people do it and the role of subversion at the heart of magic. It seems to be the ontological matter of the age’.

We have a lot of interview requests but chose to accept this one as is one of the most intelligent blogs on magic that can be found on the internet. We hope you enjoy it.

The interview can be seen in the original context here: