Book Cover Design: The Cosmic Witch Cometh

The inspiration, and artistic vision of my book’s cover.

Absurd by Design

The With (La Strega)

I’ve been waiting a long, long time to finally show you this: My friend and colleague Susan Demeter –whom I first became acquainted with on account of our mutual participation in the UFOs: Reframing the Debate anthology– asked me at the beginning of this year to design the cover of her first solo book, which is being published by the Italian editorial company Le Due Torri in both Italian and English.

La Strega (English title: Cosmic Witch) is not only an exploration into the ancient origins of witchcraft and its more modern manifestations in the XXth and XXIst century, but it’s also a biographical book in which Susan shares with the reader the arduous albeit fascinating journey that led to her self-recognition as a witch. No, that does not mean she can turn people into toads or fly with a broom (although that certainly would come in very handy…

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The Woman In Black

A fresh look at the infamous Morton case of Cheltenham England. Apparitions and haunting experiences, including all the associated phenomenon that fall under the umbrella of the word ghost, have been reported since the earliest time of recorded human history. People relating first-hand encounters with ghosts represent every country, every culture, all major religions, socio-economic …

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The Compelling Tale Of Mr X

The topic of "mind control" within the general public's view is often portrayed as strictly the domain of highly paranoid and out of control conspiracy theorists, and therefore simply dismissed as not worthy of thinking about. Forms of mind control and manipulation, however are clearly evident to scholars and other interested parties as occurring throughout all societies, and cultures.

The Poltergeist Of Baldoon

I have been interested in the events known as the Baldoon Mystery for a long time, and while I admit that elements of the story definitely have the ring of a good folktale, I cannot dismiss the sheer number of witnesses and the volume of good documentation, which suggests that something, perhaps not of this world, did occur in this tiny Scottish settlement through the years of 1829 to 1831.