Hellebore zine is a collection of writings and essays devoted to British folk horror and the themes that inspire it: folklore, myth, history, archaeology, psychogeography, witches & the occult.
The Malefice issue explores the complex relationship between witchcraft and magic with the structures of power.
This issue, which looks enchanting in its orange and teal colourway, includes the story of the Pendle witch trial, a herbarium of magical flora, the tale of ecclesiastical devilry in Suffolk and the obscure case of the Deadly Doll of Combe. Elsewhere you'll find Oscar Wilde and The Golden Dawn, the real-life influences behind modern horror classic 'Conjure Wife', and 19th Century hauntings at the British Museum.
A5 magazine, 86 pages