Tag Archives: Rebecca Wilby

“Now We are Three” by Gareth Knight

Now we are three. That is to say – three years old. And we are Skylight Press. A brain child of my daughter Rebecca (AKA  Rebsie) along with kindred spirit Daniel Staniforth, based in the USA,  and we recently got together … Continue reading

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Conversation with Gareth Knight

Gareth Knight, an author of some forty books on a wide array of subjects following his training in Dion Fortune’s Society of the Inner Light, is now firmly established as one of the world’s foremost authorities on ritual magic, the … Continue reading

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What Skylight Authors are Reading

It’s always fascinating to see what writers read, where they find sustenance and inspiration for their own work. A few Skylight authors have graciously agreed to let us in on what they are currently reading, whether for guilty pleasure or … Continue reading

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Treasures for your Solstice….

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Skylight Fiction for the Holidaze?

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MAGICAL SITES OF THE COTSWOLDS – A Calendar by Rebsie Fairholm

Need the perfect Christmas present for your friends and family?  Here is a beautiful 2013 calendar presenting the wonderful photographs of Skylight Press book designer and author, Rebsie Fairholm, featuring favourite magical sites from around her beloved Cotswolds. Rebsie is the … Continue reading

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Sacred Earth Walks with Rebsie

There is no doubt that Skylight Press has a deep interest in ‘Sacred Earth’ mysteries, as evidenced by Alan Richardson’s geo-psychic novel On Winsley Hill, Margaret Randall’s array of sacred Landscapes in Something’s Wrong with the Cornfields, Hugh Fox’s internal … Continue reading

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The RUINS poemscape video featuring poetry by Margaret Randall

  Last year Skylight Press was privileged to publish a collection of poetry by the esteemed poet, Margaret Randall, called Something’s Wrong with the Cornfields.  Soon after, another poetry collection was published by University of New Mexico Press for their … Continue reading

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The Abbey Papers by Gareth Knight and Rebecca Wilby

Before its dissolution by Henry VIII the Abbey was a group of buildings that facilitated prayer, meditation, service, but also served as a centre of deep learning.  It was a self-contained autonomous zone for all facets of spirituality; a sepulchre … Continue reading

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Both Sides of the Door by Margaret Lumley Brown

First published in 1918 and chronicling events some five years earlier, Margaret Lumley Brown’s Both Sides of the Door offers a marvellous peek into  England on the verge of the great war. This little psychological novel packs a punch with its battle of … Continue reading

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