Using the original 1928 translation, the infamous Malleus Maleficarum is here for a study into medieval church history and superstitions.
The way this text portrays and practices the punishment of occult figures is brutal and unwelcome in modern society but sadly this text has formed what many people's view of witches and warlocks are. Of course most of this isn't true and has no real bearing on... [click here for more]
Step Into Our WorldWe are wizards, cops, mechanics, werewolves, doctors, fairies, mobsters, reporters, holy warriors, and vampires.We call upon the dark powers of the Nevernever-or the darkness in human nature.We are the monsters living next door or lurking behind a friendly face.This is the Dresdenverse. ... [click here for more]
Tell Us Your StoryBeneath the "normal" surface of the world are things and people which most of us don't want to know about, and will do our best to forget about if we ever come near them. People won't see what they don't want to see.But that's most of us. And you-you're not most of us.What's Your Story?
Whether you're... [click here for more]
In this edition there are three modern English translations along with the original Old English version that students and teachers can use to study and compare the original epic in all its glory! ... [click here for more]
In the world of The Dresden Files Roleplaying Game -- due out in late June 2010 -- you have the power to bring any city into the "Dresdenverse", to make it your own, and to tell your story.
In this 39-page preview of the Dresden Files RPG, we show you what it looks like when we uncover the hidden supernatural world of Baltimore -- a place perhaps better named Nevermore. And names,... [click here for more]
James Michael Ullman (1925-1997) was an American novelist and newspaper writer/editor known for his work in and about the Chicago area. Ullman served in World War II and the U.S. Navy for two and a half years, and also served as an Air Force civilian employee on Guam. He was educated at Chicago's Wright Junior College and De Paul University, eventually receiving a Masters in Journalism from Northwestern... [click here for more]