Gavin Fox is a freelance occult author currently residing in the UK. He specialises in creating engaging and informative longform articles on a variety of weird and unusual topics. These include chaos magick, necromancy, paranormal investigation and the unfair treatment of his fellow occultists both past and present. As the founder of the Esoteric Accelerationist movement, Gavin is focused at all times on speeding the evolution of the occult as a whole regardless of the dead weight that must be cut lose to do so. This need for decisive change can be seen running through the majority of his writing, especially in those articles that are critical of his peers.
All of the previously published work featured at The Vulpine Portfolio represents the original copy as submitted to the editor, and as such may contain subtle differences compared to the final product as seen elsewhere. This is done to preserve the rich vein of gallows humour which tends to shine through his otherwise informed approach. Gavin is open to offers of inclusion in occult and esoteric publications, as well as commission work in a similar vein. Rates for the latter are negotiable, though in general he will accept exposure and expenses should the idea prove too interesting to pass up. He can be contacted through his social media presence on both Facebook and Twitter.
“Remembering David Farrant,” Pagan Dawn No 212, Lammas 2019.
“Pagan Spirits,“ Pagan Dawn No 209, Samhain 2018.
“Highgate Hindsight,“ Pagan Dawn No 207, Beltane 2018.
“Rebellious Kisses,“ Pagan Dawn No 201, Winter 2016.
“The Esoteric Accelerationist Manifesto,” Five Of Swords Magazine, Issue 03, 2020.
“The Subtle Sigil,” Five Of Swords Magazine, Issue 02, 2019
“A Current Meme,” Five Of Swords Magazine, Issue 01, 2019.
“Cities Of Life And Death,“ Conjure Codex Issue 02, Hadean Press, 2013.
“Understanding Lilith,” Spiral Nature, September 2018.
“Approaching Lilith,” Spiral Nature, September 2018.
“Fear The Reaper,” Nexus Newsfeed, July 2017.
Resident Necromancer On Panel, The Highgate Vampire Symposium, 2015.