In all its glory and fabulous writ, Hoodoo and Conjure: New Orleans brings to you a fantastic collection of articles from a variety of notable as well as up and coming authors. The majority of the articles center on New Orleans Voodoo and Hoodoo, however, we also include some fantastic articles about southern conjure traditions in general. Here we go...are you ready?
Get the original story about Mary Oneida Toups by the original author, 6th generation New Orleans born Alyne Pustanio!
Here are some of the articles jam packed in this issue of Hoodoo and Conjure New Orleans:
- New Orleans-Style Day of the Dead with Sallie Ann Glassman by Alyne Pustanio
- In Memorium: Coco Robicheaux by Alyne Pustanio
- Digging in the Dirt by Dorothy Morrison
- The Story about Mary Oneida Toups by Alyne Pustanio
- Tituba, the Voodoo Girl of Salem by Witchdoctor Utu
- Food as Medzin by Madrina Angelique
- The Graveyard Snake and the Ancestors by Dr. Snake
- Holy Death and the Seven Insights: A Gay Man’s Story of Self-Transformation and
- his Search for Love by Carolina Dean
- Adventures in Ghost Hunting by Carolina Dean
- It Might be a Sign of Things to Come by H. Byron Ballard
- Wicca and Voodoo: Bringing the Two Together by Nish Perez
- Wicca and Voodoo: Rhythms by Louis Martinie
- Crimson Light through Muddy Water: Southern Goth as an Occult Reality by Tim Broussard
- Spell Work with the Dead by Madrina Angelique
- How to Bury an Enemy by Madrina Angelique
- Uncrossing Land by Aaron Leitch
- Dem Bones by Danette Wilson
- Conjure with the Goetia by Devi Spring
- The Wishing Tomb of Marie Laveaux by Denise Alvarado
Herein lies the Poor and the Indigent: A Photo Essay of Holt Cemetery by Denise Alvarado and Alyne Pustanio
Mystery Of a Sacred Sastun and The Trinity of Stones: An Interview with Winsom Winsom by Rev.Roots
Tutorial: How to Make a New Orleans Style Rope Doll by Denise Alvarado
American Horror Story: Coven, Review by Denise Alvarado
This magazine journal is an 8 X 10 special edition, full color bleed, of the highest quality and bound like a book. A true collector's item and must have for any student of conjure and lover of New Orleans and Southern folk magic traditions.
Hoodoo and Conjure New Orleans. It's for real, y'all.