A satire about atheist angels plotting anarchist revolution against Heaven.
The original Satanic classic, an epic English poem recounting the story of Genesis with Satan as the protagonist.
The story of voodoo and what happens when religion adapts to exploitation, alienation, and disenfranchisement.
Angela Carter breaks fairly tales down to their basic elements: horror, Gothicism, taboo, and the roles of women in folklore.
A firsthand accounts of the Satanic Panic and its roots in societal anxiety, sexual shame, cultural xenophobia, and religious zeal.
There was no cult, and the crimes never happened. But Paul Ingram confessed anyway; he believed he was guilty, and even that he “remembered” doing it all.