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A Death Less Ordinary

Staff writer at Haute Macabre (2016-2021)

Staff Writer at Dirge Magazine (2015-2016)

Death Cafe Orlando/Daytona Beach (2014-2016)

Skeletor Is Love (2013-2015)

Guest blogger at Coilhouse (2010-2011)

➤Guest blogger at Bloodmilk:
Scents for the Dark
Night Music
Summer Scents For Those Who Shun The Sun
Bloodmilk interview 11-11-11

➤Guest blogger at Death and the Maiden:
Perfume of the Dead
Death Has A Voice
Keening and the Death Wail

Print/Articles/Magazines/Books

➤”Hag Couture”, Witch Women zine, Heretical Sexts micropublishing 2015
The Occult Activity Book (co-editor, contributor) Spring 2016
The Occult Activity Book Volume Two (co-editor, contributor) Autumn 2016
The Art Of The Occult: A Visual Sourcebook For The Modern Mystic (Quarto/White Lion Press, September 2020)
➤”The Secret Heart of the Art of the Occult” Watkins Mind Body Spirit Autumn 2021
The Art of Darkness: A Treasury of the Morbid, Melancholic and Macabre (Quarto/Frances Lincoln, September 2022)
Paint it Black: The Art of Darkness featured in Rue Morgue Issue #209

Interviews

Aromatica de Profundis: An Interview With S. Elizabeth
The Magical Buffet: 10 Questions with S. Elizabeth
Arizona Foothills: Trendsetters to Know: S. Elizabeth
luna luna magazine: s. elizabeth on the art of darkness, publishing, and taurean delights
Judgement: In ‘The Art of the Occult’, Author S. Elizabeth Reveals the Power of the Hidden
Universe In Words: Interview With S. Elizabeth, Author Of The Art of Darkness And The Art Of The Occult
Beautiful Bizarre Magazine: Underworldly, Otherworldly or Otherwise: Author S. Elizabeth on The Art of Darkness

Podcasts

Red Transmissions: The Art of the Occult
The Shaman’s Notebook: an Interview With Sarah Elizabeth
Disobediant Femmes: an Interview with Sarah Elizabeth
I’ll Follow You: An Interview with Sarah Elizabeth
Fear Is The Mindkiller: Sarah Elizabeth and Scopophobia
Pam Grossman’s Witch Wave Plus! S. Elizabeth, Author of “The Art of Darkness” and “The Art of the Occult”

 

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