What is a Witch -sold out- preorder for reprint coming soon –

$ 75.00$ 95.00

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Tin Can Forest Press presents “What Is A Witch” an illuminated manifesto on witchcraft.
Written by Pam Grossman
Drawn by Tin Can Forest
Published by Tin Can Forest Press 2016, second printing
36 pages, soft cover, saddle stitched, full color, 9″ x 11.75″
Printed in Canada on ©FSC paper containing
30 percent post-consumer waste
Printed on a Waterless Printing Press using soy base inks – the most environmentally friendly off-set printing process available
ISBN : 978-0-9880222-3-2
signed and shipped by Tin Can Forest

Along with the book, we’re offering a choice of small and medium sized prints.

The print Coven Gruit is approx 8.5″ by 11″ inches
Prints  Ace of Penticles, Inanna,  and Blomsterbohm are approx. 7″ x 7″,

All prints are printed on 100% cotton rag Hahnemühle paper, printed and signed by Tin Can Forest. Viewable on this page below the book cover.

As we have very few copies left, we are selling the few remaining books with prints only.

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Conjure an image of a witch in your mind’s eye, and you’ll find s/he can take many different shapes.  Evil, beautiful, hideous, holy, a sinner who just might save us all – this multifaceted archetype is a dark layer-cake of legends and associations.  Written by Phantasmaphile’s Pam Grossman and artwork by Canada’s occult sweethearts Tin Can Forest, What Is A Witch is a an illuminated incantation, a crystalline invocation, a lovingly-crafted celebration of the world’s most magical icon.

Pam Grossman is a writer, curator, and teacher of magical practice and history.  She is the creator of Phantasmaphile, a blog that specializes in esoteric and fantastical art.  Her writing has appeared in Abraxas Journal, Sciences Occultes, Sabat, Huffington Post, MSN, Film Comment, and elsewhere.  Pam’s group art shows and projects have been featured by such outlets as Artforum, The New York Times, The New Yorker, and Art in America.  She is Associate Editor of Fulgur Esoterica and the co-organizer of the Occult Humanities Conference at NYU.  She lives in Brooklyn with her fellow and their two feline familiars.