The Wicker Man and The Beornen Today (January 8th, 2018) UK theme park Alton Towers has made a somewhat unexpected announcement. Spring 2018 will see the opening of a new attraction at the Staffordshire based park: Wicker Man. Wicker Man is the UK’s first new wooden rollercoaster experience in 21Read More →

Gazelle Amber Valentine is one half of sludge / doom / death metal two piece Jucifer, formed in Georgia, USA in 1993. For more than seventeen years Gazelle and her bandmate (and husband), drummer Edgar Livengood, have adopted a nomadic lifestyle. The pair live, tour, rehearse, and sometimes even recordRead More →

Fresh for #FolkloreThursday, Greg Taylor has posted Maria J. Pérez Cuervo’s Spirits of Place essay “The Palace Built Over a Hellmouth“, about El Escorial on the southern slopes of Mount Abantos, over on the Daily Grail website. Only a king or a queen has the power to move the capital of their kingdom toRead More →

Magical techno-futurist, Spirits of Place contributor, and generally lovely guy  Damien Williams conducted a Tarot interview with me about the project, it’s origins and it’s future. You can read the full interview at Copies of the limited, signed edition of  Spirits of Place are still available HERE Paperback copiesRead More →

“What’s next for Spirits of Place?” is a question that was asked a lot after the event of the same name took place back in April. Now, at last, that question can be answered. Next comes Spirits of Place the book (formerly AKA #projectLOCI). Published by Daily Grail Publishing, SpiritsRead More →

#projectLOCI is something myself and Greg Taylor at Daily Grail have been working on for seven months now. It’s a collection of writings by twelve incredible authors: Bryndís Björgvinsdóttir – Vajra Chandrasekera – Maria J. Pérez Cuervo – Warren Ellis – Alan Moore – Silvia Moreno-Garcia – Kristine Ong MuslimRead More →

If you haven’t yet managed to get your hands on a copy of the newly released anthology Darklore Volume 9, you can now read three articles from it completely free over on the Darklore website. We are pleased to offer three sample articles from Darklore Volume 9, as examples ofRead More →

I’ve been writing for The Daily Grail (when I can find the time) for a good while now, but I READ the Daily Grail every single day. And I’m far from alone – the Grail has nearly ten-thousand readers every single day. How much does it cost to read theRead More →

Hare’s Eggs at Easter As the Easter weekend draws close, children and adults alike anticipating a chocolate egg binge, the internet is alive with articles on the “true” origins of Easter. Yet, could there be any truth in the idea that rabbits – or hares at least – do layRead More →