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Vulture Culture 101: A Book For People Who Like Dead Things

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What compels so many other people to fill their homes with the preserved remains of animals, and how can you join in the fun? Vulture Culture 101: A Book For People Who Like Dead Things explores the modern revival in acquiring, preserving and creating art with these natural specimens.Written by author and artist Lupa, this is the first full-length guide to Vulture Culture, ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published April 26th 2019 by Independently Published
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Wonderful intro to the wold of vulture culture 2 2 Aug 20, 2019 10:14PM  
"I am an author, artist, and wannabe polymath living in Portland, OR. I've been a pagan of various sorts since the mid-1990s. My primary focus has always been on totemism and animal magics, though in recent years I've been expanding into the general totemic ecosystem, working with plant, fungus, mineral and other totems. I've written several books based on my practices, and you can read my blog at ...more