In honor of the expansion of our Library,
Sweet Witch is holding a
ReDesignMe Book Cover Challenge:
1. Pick a Book. 📚
2. Design a cover with a Sweet Witch twist 🔮
3. Winners will get to see their works published on all paperback & hardcover prints sold through Sweet Witch & the publishing company! 😍
Select 1 or 2 covers you'd like to redesign. If your cover is selected for publishing we'll send you a printed copy & release it to the world! 🌎10% of book sales will go back to the cover artist.
Required file size: 6 x 9 inches / 300 ppi
1. Book of the Dead - Death and Mourning Through the Ages
Written by: Corvis Nocturnum, E. R. Vernor
A study of death and mourning around the globe and through the ages, this book examines death, its significance in religious and ethnic views and cultural myths, and its use in art and literature throughout the ages.
2. Chilling Tales of H.P. Lovecraft (3 volumes so accepting multiple cover designs)
Written by: H.P. Lovecraft
A collection of works from the master of horror. Stories such as: The Alchemist, The Beast in the Cave, Beyond the Wall of Sleep, The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, The Cats of Ulthare, The Descendant.
3. Devil’s Dictionary
Written by: Ambrose Bierce
A satirical reference book of re-interpretations of terms in the English language and political doublespeak. Originally published in 1906.
Written by: Mary Shelly
If you don’t already know this story…. I can’t help you.
5. Occult Philosophy
Written by: Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim
Originally published in 1533, Dark Moon Press collects, examines and explains the works of the famed occultist and seeks to reveal the mysteries of the ancient wisdom he attempted to impart his thoughts on the world on magic.
6. Runic Magick
Written by: Mark Bayless Pope
Runic Magick is a beginner’s segue into the wild wealth of lore and spiritual fulfillment that the Elder Futhark Runes offer.
7. Summoning Spirits
Written by: Michelle Belanger
The Heptameron, or Magical Elements, is a 15th Century manual of ritual magic detailing the angels summoned on each day of the week, their unique sigils, ruling planets, and astrological powers. This handsome book provides a guided tour through the beliefs and practices of Renaissance Europe’s ceremonial magicians.
8. Magickal Manners - Guide to Magickal Etiquette
Written by: Puck Shadowdrake
“An extensive overview of the practices and etiquette of the entire Neo Pagan community. An excellent resource for chaplains as well as for students seeking a spiritual path."
9. Edgar Allen Poe: 200 Years of the Macabre
A complete collection of short stories and poetry from the most recognized master of the macabre.