The Grammar Of Witchcraft

David Parry Language / Poetry ISBN 978-1906958-053 Trade Paperback £8.99/$18 ORDER THIS BOOK

In this collection of poems and mini-sagas, Parry narrates the final journey taken by Caliban from a lesbian wedding in Liverpool, back to a London which doesn’t exist. Along the way, concepts of Saxon Witchcraft, Radical traditionalism and English ethnicity are discussed as the author unfolds his vision of an endlessly benevolent Spirit world.

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