Volume 2 of The Heretic Magazine is now available for sale, and returns with another stellar line-up of material from the likes of Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval. The Heretic is a magazine project created by two of our good friends, editor Andrew Gough and designer Mark James Foster (Mark has worked on Darklore with me, and was also the designer behind Sub Rosa, so you’ll definitely get a similar vibe to some of TDG’s own projects).
Volume 2 is a collection of essays written by world-famous experts in their field, as well as contributions from fresh, new voices, from the worlds of Alternative History, Lost Civilisations and Technologies, Mysteries and Conundrums, Rennes-le-Château, the Occult, Politics, Science and much more.
Edited and collated by Andrew Gough, Volume 2 features Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval, Robert Eisenman, Robert Feather, Tim Wallace-Murphy, Ralph Ellis, Dawn Bramadat, Madlen Namro, Lucy Wyatt, Hugh Newman, David Ritchie, Miguel Conner and many more. In all we have crammed 22 compelling and thought-provoking articles and features into our latest edition.
And don’t forget that Volume 1 remains available for purchase and provides the perfect accompaniment to our new edition.
The Heretic is, like Sub Rosa, a digital age magazine. However, while Sub Rosa was done as an interactive PDF, The Heretic makes use of now ubiquitous tablet computers/eBook readers, and so is available as a multitouch Apple iBook or a Kindle eBook (the former is recommended, for a complete experience).
The Heretic’s website has direct links for purchasing the magazine from both the iTunes store and various Amazons around the world.
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