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The English Heretic Collection by Andy Sharp

The English Heretic Collection

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The English Heretic Collection by Andy Sharp
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Oct 13, 2020 | ISBN 9781913462093

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“Compelling, playful, and unsettling… To open this book is to open a gate leading to an England you always — but never before — knew existed.” - Christopher JosiffeFortean Times news editor and author of Gef! The Strange Tale of an Extra-Special Talking Mongoose

The English Heretic Collection is a tour de force through contemporary occult and popular culture, a madly spinning windmill of the mind. It’s a work that leaves the reader haunted by the multitude of interconnections that cram its pages, forcing a stark re-evaluation of former certainties.”
Marcus Williamson, journalist and contributor to The International Encyclopaedia of Surrealism

“At last a compendium that documents the high wyrdness of English Heretic’s expeditions and research. Now that’s what I call hauntological and psychogeographical transubstantiation…” - Drew Mulholland

“Andy Sharp is dangerous. An occult folklorist, he explores an alternate reality that seems to exist only in the underlit margins of pop culture. The entities he reveals may be familiar, some repulsive, but once you submit to his method, there’s no escape to the surface, because this hell zone is life itself.” - Simon Sellars, author of Applied Ballardianism: Memoir from a Parallel Universe

“This is an alternative England, one of decommissioned nuclear bunkers, abandoned villages and creepy public information films, an England where the shadow on the horizon could be a signpost but might be a gibbet.” - Stuart Maconie

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