This is a biography of the Australian occult artist who was infamous in 1950s Sydney as the 'Witch of Kings Cross'. Rosaleen Norton's highly sexual 'pagan' art plunged her into continuous controversy. She lived boldly as a women in love with demons and with sex, and openly self-identified as a witch, to great cost to her safety and financial security. This is a book shedding new light, particularly in this revised expanded edition, on female occult lives and art.
Oxford: Mandrake, 2013. Paperback, 305 pages. New. Revised and expanded edition.