Spiritus Mundi: Writings Borne from the Occult | Elizabeth Sulis Kim
Elizabeth Sulis kim is the founding editor of Cunning Folk magazine, and in Spiritus Mundi she brings together a compendium of writings generated via occult means.
'Spiritus Mundi started as an online literary magazine, a vertical of Cunning Folk Magazine, and as a series of occult workshops. Every so often writers were given unusual occult prompts, where they’d need to go away and scry into the water, consult tarot cards, or search for synchronicities. The resulting works, from emerging and established writers, felt authentic and non-contrived. Allegories slipped out naturally, without force, because they existed in this murky realm of the unconscious, or whatever moniker we wish to use for it.'
Jen Campbell, Nikita Gill, CAConrad, Leon Craig, Ella Duffy, Yasmina Floyer, Emma Glass, Pam Grossman, Camilla Grudova, Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, Naomi Ishiguro, Callum James, Wanjikũ Wa Ngũgĩ, Leone Ross, Alice Slater, Rebecca Tamás, Sharlene Teo, Stephanie Victoire
Beautifully illustrated throughout by Cunning Folk art director Kaitlynn Copithorne
Size: 155 x 218mm
Publisher: Liminal 11