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We've got some electronic catalogs of rare books coming soon, as well as finally getting the newsletter rolling.
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Fields Book Store is Now Web- and Phone-Orders Only.
Our Last Day At 1419 Polk was February 28, 2013.
On February 28, 2013, we wound down the physical manifestation of Fields Book Store at 1419 Polk Street after 82 years. The spirit of the store continues in our virtual home at www.FieldsBooks.com, which has helped keep the physical store going these past five years.
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International Shipping Rates Increase January 27
The US Post Office will be increasing the charges for International Priority Flat Rate envelopes on January 27. Canada is now $19.95 and the rest of the world $23.95. Note that several smaller books can be packed securely in a single envelope, and we are always happy to work with you to maximize the value of your shipping if you are buying multiple books.
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Dionysos: Exciter to Frenzy
"There was 'no god more present' than Dionysos: that is, out of all the ancient gods Dionysos was one of the few who people felt that they could reach out and touch"
Dionysos: Exciter to Frenzy is a phenomenal scholarly exploration of one of the most complex, liminal and paradoxical gods of the ancient world. In this journey through the realms of Dionysos, the author Vikki Bramshaw guides the reader through the mysterious world of the multifaceted Dionysos, revealing his hidden faces...
The Graveyard Wanderers, The Wise Ones and the Dead in Sweden
Society for Esoteric Endeavour
Society of Esoteric Endeavour, 2013 Hardback 25cm x 20cm, numbered limited edition of 180 copies, 106pp
The author translated 37 manuscripts books known as “Svartkonstbuchs” (i.e., black art book) which Scandanavian practitioners of folk magic were expected to possess. This work collects together all those charms and rituals dealing with spirits of the dead and human bones, with the addition of some other relevant material. What emerges is a remarkably coherent and ...
The Testament of Cyprian the Mage. Encyclopedia Goetica, Volume III. (two volumes)
The Testament of Cyprian the Mage
is a two volume work of approximately 600 pages endowed with charts, tables, seals etc. and punctuated by specially commissioned pen and ink illustrations by Oliver Liebeskind. Lavishly bound and printed in red and black ink throughout, this is a work of enduring importance and a resource to accompany your ongoing study.
This is the final work in Stratton-Kent's acclaimed Encyclopaedia Goetica series which began with The True Grimoire, a...
Foam of the Past
Skylight Press UK
Fiona Macleod was clearly a gentlelady of breeding and intellect. She was almost 'one of us' - but not quite. It was this slight difference that allowed her to deal with dark and frightening characters and subjects in a way that gave them the glamour of the Celtic Otherworld in an intriguing and believable manner. She opened up a whole new world of language, ancient songs, poems and proverbs that had never before been presented to the English-speaking peoples south of the Scottish Highlands. She...More
Austin Osman Spare: The Occult Life of London's Legendary Artist
North Atlantic Books
Austin Osman Spare is the definitive biography of the controversial occultist and artist, an enfant terrible of the Edwardian art world whose work was both hailed as genius and decried as immoral decadence. As George Bernard Shaw reportedly said, "Spare's medicine is too strong for the average man."
Trained as a draughtsman, Spare enjoyed early acclaim when, at the age of seventeen, his work was shown at the Royal Academy in London. But his star soon declined; Spare went underground, falling...