Mystical Journeys by Taylor Ellwood now Available



‘Mystical Journeys’ continues the voyage begun in the ‘A Magical Life’, the first volume of Taylor Ellwood’s magical journals. Within this book are the collected blog entries/magical journal of the author during the years 2011-2012. Taylor shares candidly his life journey as a magician, demonstrating that magic isn’t just something you do, but something you live. You’ll read about his further experiments in magic, his insights into his beliefs and practices, as well as the intensive personal work that Taylor was engaged in during those years.

As its predecessor, ‘Mystical Journeys’ is a further snapshot into the life of a magician, his mistakes, his successes, and his on-going work to know himself better, so that he can become a better person. It is also an exploration that demonstrates how magic shows up in the life of a magician.

Tanith Lee’s Kill the Dead now Available

Immanion Press has now published Tanith Lee’s much-loved ‘Kill the Dead’
on Kindle. Both a fantasy novel and a ghost story, ‘Kill the Dead’
follows the fortunes – and misfortunes – of ghost-slayer Parl Dro and
his search for the mythical town of the deadalive, Ghyste Mortua.
Pursued by a mysterious and feckless musician who assists on
accompanying him, and the vengeful ghost of Ciddey, who wishes to
destroy Dro for ‘killing’ the ghost of her sister, Dro doggedly pursues
his goal to astonishing revelations.

We will also be publishing Ms Lee’s ‘Flat Earth’ series in E-book in the
near future – ‘Night’s Master’, ‘Death’s Master’, ‘Delusion’s Master’
and ‘Delirium’s Mistress’.

Tanith Lee will receive a life-long achievement award at this year’s
World Fantasycon in Brighton, Oct 31-Nov 3. To celebrate this, Immanion
Press and Ms Lee have produced a very special and very limited numbered
edition of a story collection called ‘Animate Objects’, which includes 4
previously unpublished pieces. This book has been created specifically
to be sold at the convention and is a small print run. There might be
copies left over for mail orders after the convention, but we cannot
promise this. Any interested customers, please mail
orders(at) to reserve a copy, should any remain
available. The book will be £32.99 plus shipping.