Peter Grey is a writer, and the co-founder of Scarlet Imprint. He is the author of The Red Goddess, which has become the standard work on the goddess of Revelation. His Apocalyptic Witchcraft has been called the most important modern book on witchcraft, placing it in the mythopoetic context of the Sabbat and in a landscape suffering climate and ecological collapse.
His most recent work, Lucifer: Princeps, is a study of the origins of the figure of Lucifer. Further essays can be found in Howlings, Devoted, At the Crossroads and XVI. His work has also appeared in numerous small journals and collections, such as The Fenris Wolf, as well as online.
Peter Grey has spoken at public events and conferences in England, Scotland, Norway and the United States as well as closed gatherings. These have included Occulture, the Occult Conferences in Glastonbury and London, Treadwell’s Bookshop, the Esoteric Book Conference in Seattle, the Psychology, Art and the Occult conference in London, Here to Go II in Norway, the Trans-States conference in Northampton University and many Pagan Federation events. A long term supporter of the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic in his native Cornwall, his work on the witches’ sabbat was first given at the annual Friends of the Museum gathering.
He is currently writing Lucifer:Praxis, and his collected essays with Alkistis Dimech will be published in The Brazen Vessel in May.