Hoodoo & Conjure Quarterly is a new journal on Southern magic and folklore, and you can buy it on Amazon.com (follow link above).
Contents of the first issue:
Denise Alvarado: “The Origin of the Root,” “Dirt Dauber Nests,” “Conjure Artist profile: The Georgia Mojo Man,” “A Goetic Ritual: Magickal Doll to Raise the Ghost of a Loved One”
Sharon Marino: “Bat’s Blood,” “Secrets of Sex Magick: Explore Your Sexual Fantasies with the Help of the Guede,” “St. Martha Dominadora Love Domination Candle.”
Matthew Venus: “What is Real Hoodoo?” “Bottle Spell for Prosperity”
Madrina Angelique: “Buying Cemetery Dirt”
Alyne Pustanio: “Haunted New Orleans Folklore: The Devil Baby of New Orleans: Fact or Fiction?”
Chad Balthazar, “Planetary Magick and the Venus Love Tub Lamp”
Papa Curtis, “A Short Look at Witchcraft and Self-Defense in the Diaspora”
Carolina Dean: “Shoe and Foot-Track Magick”
Dorothy Morrison,: “The Real Dirt on Visiting the Dead”
Aaron Leitch: “The Return of Psalm Magick and the Mixed Qabalah”
H. Byron Ballard: “Cove-Witches and Curanderas: Traditional Healers and Magic-Women in Modern Appalachia”
And there are several formulas for magickal oils and powders, a little lagniappe (that’s Cajun for a little something extra) magick, a free conjure doll baby template, and a historical text related to Voodoo in New Orleans by Lafcadio Hearn.
Maybe these are people who don’t worry about whether there are pentagrams on the tombstone—they are there for the graveyard dirt.