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Storm Constantine

Storm ConstantineStorm Constantine’s first novel, ‘The Enchantments of Flesh and Spirit’, was published in 1987. The opening book in her Wraeththu trilogy, this was followed by ‘The Bewitchments of Love and Hate’ and ‘The Fulfilments of Fate and Desire’. Storm’s work has always crossed boundaries, broken taboos and ventured into territory not normally encountered in the fantasy and science fiction genres. In 1987 her ideas were unconventionally ground-breaking and the androgynous Wraeththu, with their hermaphroditic sexual magic were certainly a shock to the genre.

Throughout her career to date, Storm’s work has covered many genres from fantasy, dark fantasy and horror, to science fiction and slipstream. She has so far written twenty-three novels, and currently has most of her short stories collected in four Immanion Press editions: ‘Mythanimus’, ‘Mytholumina’, ‘Mythangelus’ and ‘Mythophidia.

Storm has also written non-fiction titles upon esoteric subjects, including ‘Sekhem Heka’, a healing system she developed around Seichim to include a more magical aspect, and ‘Grimoire Dehara: Kaimana’, a Pop Culture Magic title based around the Wraeththu lore.

In 2003, Storm set up her own publishing company, Immanion Press, in order to have more freedom over what work she released and to get back catalogue titles back in print. This expanded to publish many other writers with similar desires. Storm later set up a non fiction imprint of Immanion Press, Megalithica Books, which concentrates on cutting edge books on magic and occultism. Megalithica Books is open to receiving submissions from writers with something new and interesting to say about magical practice and philosophy.

Immanion Press is bringing all of Storm’s back catalogue back into print, so that the earlier titles are available for everyone.

Storm lives in the Midlands of the UK with her husband and five cats.

Immanion Press titles can be viewed at http://www.immanion-press.com, and the contact address is info@immanion-press.com.

Storm’s personal web site is http://www.stormconstantine.co.uk.

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