Traditional witchcraft is known as a highly secretive practice. A Deed Without a Name set out to use scholarship to talk about things that could not otherwise be spoken, and to bridge the gap between varying definitions of ‘traditional witchcraft’. In this talk Lee Morgan discusses the vision that underlies his interconnected works known as ‘the haunted books’ which began with A Deed Without a Name, and what he views as the occult artistic renaissance currently emerging from within Old Craft circles. Now is a time where previously taboo narratives from the ultimate outsiders are finding ingress into the world in uncanny ways. In this talk, both personal and factual, Lee will unpack why old school witchcraft and the faerie faith offer a crucial vitality to today’s monoculture, a fertile power that can invigorate the imagination even of those who do not practice it.