The Fallen Fairy is a tale about the
discovery of hapless fairy that incarnates as a woman in the world of “Commons”
in the Outer Plane—the world of ordinary persons like you and me. Sorcerers
from the Inner Plane swoop in to vie for her affections in the interests of
love and occult power and opportunism. Transferences of inscrutable powers
through intimate acts place the fairy and the pair of sorcerers with whom she
ultimately joins under the scrutiny of a utopian revolutionary group called the
Lions of Light and its adversaries. But more than this, through the drama, the
magical men she encounters undergo profound transformations and come to know
who they truly are and want to be. The story’s heroine circumspectly aids the
Lions of Light and sets the stage for radical and illuminating transformations
of all who come into contact with her. References to alchemy, medieval
occultism, the “language of the birds,” steganography, and sex magic permeate
the text. Each of the 22 chapters is named for and thematically reflects a card
of the Tarot’s Upper Arcana.
A Story about Sorcerers and Magi begins with the life and times of the lady mage Sofia La Maga. The setting is the “Inner Plane” and a tempestuous society of sorcerers, magi, and an underclass of lowly folk practitioners. Upon returning to her hometown in her magical world from long years of exile in the Himalayas and thereabouts, Sofia befriends, mentors, and rehabilitates the troubled teenage son of an imposing and elitist dignitary, a sorcerer named Leo de Lux, who is the consul of the Inner Plane’s North Atlantic Sovereignty.
Averse, then reluctant, and ultimately exhilarated, de Lux both falls for Sofia La Maga and also embraces a portended predestined role as the leader of a utopian movement called the Lions of Light, which seeks to overturn an oppressive social system that not only gratuitously exploits magical persons of lesser status but also ordinary persons like you and me who inhabit the “Outer Plane.” The novel mixes pure fantasy about magic with elements from Eastern mysticism, Western Occultism, and timely sociopolitical metaphor.
The classic story of King Arthur set in a 20th Century mobile home park. Follow the story of Arthur as he inherits a white trash legacy and becomes king of the trailer court. The archetypal characters of the Arthurian mythos are all present in this novel including such themes as the incestuous relationship of Tristan and Isolde, the schizophrenic drug dealer Merlin, the lustful betrayal committed by Lancelot, and much more.