Spiritus Mundi: Writings Borne from the Occult
When does creativity become spiritual? An enthralling anthology of prose and poetry, Spiritus Mundi aims to answer this question, revealing the connection between imagination and the divine. First coined by Agrippa and employed by the poet W. B. Yeats, the term “spiritus mundi” describes the realm from which all creative and magical inspiration springs. In this incredible anthology of creative writing, editor Elizabeth Kim ― feature writer for The Guardian and The Los Angeles Review of Books, and editor of Cunning Folk magazine ― unlocks the mysteries of this realm through the use of topical writing prompts. Each creative work explores occult techniques such as invocation, cartomancy, and scrying.
- Publisher: Liminal 11
- ISBN: 9781912634460
- Dimensions: 217 x 157 mm