Last month, the New York Times Book Review interview noted author and unrepentant occultist Alan Moore who recently published the epic novel. Most of the interview is about the novel, things, notably books, that influenced it and Moore. In the midst of this came this little gem:
“What book might people be surprised to find on your shelves?
“Probably most of them. I know I always am. Of the volumes I can see from where I’m sitting now, there’s a copy of Captain Fuller’s “The Star in the West,” co-signed by Aleister Crowley and the politically questionable British Army officer-cum-occultist who invented the concept of blitzkrieg; but possibly everyone would expect that to be on my shelves and wouldn’t be surprised at all.” Read the entire interview here: