British occultist Richard Ward explores Kenneth Grant's magisterial Typhonian tradition and in particular, looks at importance of the horror fiction of H.P Lovecraft within Grant's writings. Exploring both occult themes in Lovecraft's works, and how these themes recur throughout Grant's Typhonian Trilogies and other works, Ward elucidates how contemporary occult thought has made use of Lovecraftian elements in a magical reality; among other observations, he notes certain similarities which can be compared to speculations on quantum physics.
New York: Von Zos, 2016. Hardback with dustjacket, ix+115 pages. New. Limited, hand-numbered edition of 400 copies. Signed by the author.