A satire of atheist angels plotting anarchist revolution against Heaven. An overlooked Satanic classic–overlooked no more.
The original Satanic classic, an epic English poem recounting the story of Genesis with Satan as the protagonist–and perhaps the hero.
Atwood’s 1985 thriller about the horrors of religious patriarchy remains ever-contemporary with real fundamentalist agendas.
Mary Shelley’s daring exploration of morality in a godless universe where human beings wield ultimate power over life and death.
This account of Carribbean voodoo explores what happens when religion adapts to violence, persecution, and exploitation.
Feminist folklore explores the basic elements of fairy tale storytelling: horror, gothicism, taboo, and the place of women in storytelling.