BioParker (Juniper) Black is a student of word and craft living in the Pacific Northwest. Many a published author, Parker received the 2013 Stafford Hall Award for her poetic works in supernatural elements and distressed nonfiction.
- Top Story - November 2017
Tolls of the Craft Top Story - November 2017
Milan, Italy, 1608. Francesco Maria Guazzo sat in concentration with intent of enlightenment, quill in hand, prepared to compose precisely 345 pages. A man before, approximately 121 years earlier, sat in the same position, by the name of Heinrich Kramer, to birth Malleus Maleficarum. Little did Heinrich or Francesco know in that moment that their workings would set to inspire men and women alike in a widely controversial topic: witch hunting. Specifically, witch hunting, witchcraft, pacts with Satan himself, and a classification of demons.
Female, 20, USA, Anonymous: "I was reaching the age of fifteen. I was sitting on the floor, picking at our stained carpet while simultaneously flipping through my older brothers yearbook from the year prior. I remember wanting very badly to attend this school after hearing the stories he would come home with, going on about the positives. The high school I was originally attending was too large and far too complicated for me. I decided to leave the mainstream school nearest to me and, with great joy in my heart, transferred to the small facility.