ABRAXAS III: International Journal of Esoteric Studies. Number Three; Aleister Crowley: The Palermo Collection.
London: Fulgur Limited, 2013. First Trade Edition. Produced in the same large high quality format as the first two issues, and like those also printed on a variety of papers, being richly illustrated throughout in color and monochrome. A potpourri of esoteric and magickal essays, poetry, significant interviews, and wide range of the arts, including works by Uccello, Bertiaux, Bransford, Lambert, Caruso, Hannant, and others. 176 pages. Tall quarto. For the first time featured in this issue: Aleister Crowley: The Palermo Collection Special Feature [A group of newly discovered paintings by Aleister Crowley that were exhibited briefly at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, in 2008] Supporting work: Caves of Sorcerers: The American Beginnings of Crowley's Art by William Breeze; Crowley The Painter in Cefalù and the Origins of the Palermo Collection by Giuseppe Di Liberti; Aleister Crowley, Painting, and the Works from the Palermo Collection by Marco Pasi; and An Inventory of the Palermo Collection Compiled by Marco Pasi. Pam Grossman, Associate Editor. Item #FUL-A3