Wishing all our friends and readers the best for the Solstice and the festive season. We thank you for your ongoing support of the project of Scarlet Imprint, which includes the writers, artists and artisans who make the endeavour possible.
This year we have done the heavy work of Saturn, with the extremely well received work of Peter Mark Adams and the Sola-Busca tarocchi. To conclude the solar year we received the standard edition of Katy Bohinc's ode to the divine feminine Trinity Star Trinity. All pre-ordered copies of the standard edition will be despatched this Solstice morn.
2017 also saw us move from the borders of Wales back to Cornwall. After a long exile we are back in the West with a sense of renewed creative potency driven on by the clear light and Atlantic storms.
Looking forward to 2018 we have a full publishing schedule, beginning with the much anticipated Jinn Sorcery, pre-order for which will open in mid January.
Those awaiting the second volume of Lucifer will be pleased to hear that the writing of Praxis advances like patient angelic phalanxes. We anticipate a release in the second half of 2018.
A few dates for the diary
Alkistis Dimech will dance in Luxembourg on 3rd February 2018 at Trois C-L (Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois). Collaborating again with artists Gast Bouschet and Nadine Hilbert, musicians Angelo Mangini and Kevin Muhlen and costume designer Katie Pollard for a performance entitled Open are all ways beyond the boundaries of the heart.
Katy Bohinc will give an invocatory reading of Trinity Star Trinity at Treadwell's Bookshop in London on 23rd February 2018. More details in the new year. Please join us for what promises to be an atmospheric soirée.
Peter Grey is confirmed to speak at the Flambeau Noir conference in Portland, Oregon 27–29th April 2018.