We are often asked why we publish esoteric and spiritual works alongside works of literature. For us, art (especially literature) and magic converge on one another seamlessly, and such convergences provide for interesting hybrid states within writing. While the genres we publish are wonderful in their own separate ways we love to explore theses unique overlaps. For example, we have a wonderful line of creative esoteric fictions – yet many of our esoteric titles are scholarly with literary appeal – and our visionary poets and experimental novelists often cross over into the esoteric realm with incantatory language and bardic vision. As W.B. Yeats said, “The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.” For a succinct explanation on the relationship between art and magic – see Alan Moore’s comments in the video above.