The Normal Tarot, in all its glory.
For help reading this deck, consider buying the companion book, How to Normal Tarot.
This is the second printing of the deck, and unlike the original printing does not come with silvered edges or a deck box. The simple reason being that this printer doesn't make deck boxes large enough for this behemoth of a tarot deck.
- The full 99 card... [click here for more]
Your brain holds an impressive vocabulary of more than 20,000 words, but chances are you only use a small fraction of them. That fraction is usually filled with worn-out oldies that have lost their impact, such as interesting, good, and nice.
Inside, you’ll find more than fifteen alternatives for each of the one hundred most commonly overused words in the English... [click here for more]
A beginner's guide to the paranormal, through the eyes of a professional paranormal investigator. If you’ve ever wanted to head out on your very own ghost hunt, but don’t quite know how to get started, this guide will get you on your way. Learn the basic information for a successful ghost investigation, plus a handy reference of vocabulary and investigative forms to use to keep you organized.... [click here for more]
In Beyond Horatio's Philosophy: The Fantasy of Peter S. Beagle, David Stevens examines the fantasy of American writer Peter S. Beagle.
He finds a consistent view of the world and an almost overpowering sense of humor, leading him to conclude that Beagle believes that love is the best thing we have and the only reason for living. His work will be read and enjoyed for generations to come, and Stevens... [click here for more]
This collection of new essays covers the myriad portrayals of the figure of the pirate in historical records, literary narratives, films, television series, opera, anime and games. Contributors explore the nuances of both real and fictional pirates, giving attention to renowned works such as Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, the Pirates... [click here for more]
Acclaimed author and scholar Brian Stableford turns his penetrating mind to matters of science fiction, fantasy, and horror in this collection of essays. He covers such diverse topics as:
SLAVES OF THE DEATH SPIDERS: Colin Wilson and Existentialist Science Fiction
IS THERE NO BALM IN GILEAD?: The Woeful Prophecies of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale
A FEW MORE CROCODILE TEARS?: Gwyneth... [click here for more]