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File under: Fanzine


Undefined Boundary: The Journal of Psychick Albion - Volume 1/Issue 1 (Magazine)

Label: Temporal Boundary Press

Format: Magazine

Genre: Other

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From William Blake to Julian Cope, there have been innumerable seers who have engaged with their British locales in modes of hallucinatory intensity. These visionaries reassert a radical potentiality to the question of Albion which remains perpetually relevant. Undefined Boundary will explore this psychedelic and numinous underbelly of British culture with a view to keeping the sacred flame alive.


Gog, Magog and the Stubborn Illusion: The enduring resonance of Andrew Sinclair’s ‘Albion Triptych’
by Andrew Hedgecock

Shadows: The Dark Streets of Kimballs Green
by Paul Bareham

A Lady on a White Horse
by Nigel Wilson

Ponderings Upon Paul Nash, The Ancient Soul With A Surrealist Heart
by Rebecca Lambert

The Magical Praxis and Politics of Penda’s Fen
by Duncan Barford

The Sick Rose: Magic/k is the Opium of the Middle-Classes
by Patrick Weir

Crab & Bee’s Provisional Demononology of Old Quarries and Suburban Woods
by Helen Billinghurst & Phil Smith

“…tomorrow will be beyond imagining.” - The solstice and Susan Cooper
by Karen F. Pierce

In A Remote County
by Mark Valentine

Alex Sanders: A Liminal Discography
by Stephen Canner

File under: Fanzine
Cat. number: n/a
Year: 2024

Approx 112 pages. A5 perfect bound book

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