The Shadow Queen of Sirius published in QLIPHOTH magazine
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    My short story, The Shadow Queen of Sirius, has been published in QLIPHOTH (Aeon Sophia Press), edited by Edgar Kerval.

    The story returns to the coastal town of Blackmouth, long the source of strange Lovecraftian rumours and stranger apparitions at sea. It focuses on the church of the Magdalene and an ancient library maintained by Thomas Absalom. The Shadow Queen came from the distant Sirius system to Earth long ago, prompting the vodoun cults of Ezurlie, of the Black Madonna and Kuan Yin.

    The publication also includes a CD of instrumental music which features my song Les Mysteres.


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About The Author

Sean Woodward is a British artist, writer and musician who stands at the crossroads between technology and the arts, between the supernatural and the mundane, the light and the dark. His art is collected internationally and his essays, fiction and poetry have been published in a number of international publications. He is the author of Keys to the Hoodoo Kingdom, Erzulie of the Deep, The Grimoire of ZAL and co-author of The Infernal Faces of Hekate. Vudutronix: Selected Art, Essays & Lectures, Archonix: The Chronicles of Leng and Keys to the Inner Kingdom are forthcoming.

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