Seer: A Wizard's Journal (2nd Edition)
|Written and Illustrated by||Jef Murray|
|Introduced by||Joseph Pearce|
|Interior Art:||45 colour illustrations and embellishments|
|Soft Cover:||188 pages, 6" x 9"|
|eBook Format:||epub (not yet available)|
Seer: A Wizard’s Journal takes us on a mystical journey through the seasons. Wending our way through time and space, we meet monks, elves, angels, apparitions, and, of course, wizards. We venture into the hidden world that is all around us, the world that children so easily see.
This treasure trove of tales, poems, and original art offers us hope and wonder. It stirs within us a renewed yearning for other times, other places, and other destinies. Magic rings, secret journals, and the enchantment of nature remind us of the sanctity of our world — and invite us to rediscover our childhood dreams. This second edition has been updated with beautiful colour illustrations and two brand new stories that deepen the magic.
Join us on this journey. Learn to see again.
About the Author
Jef Murray was an internationally known artist, illustrator, and essayist. His paintings, sketches, and writings sprout sporadically from the leaves of fantasy publications and calendars (Amon Hen, Mallorn, Beyond Bree, Silver Leaves, Mythprint) and Catholic journals (The St. Austin Review, Gilbert Magazine, The Georgia Bulletin, Integrated Catholic Life).
His paintings and sketches were included in shows in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. His work also appeared in video courses and television specials on J.R.R. Tolkien produced by St. Benedict Press and EWTN.
Jef’s first book was Seer: A Wizard’s Journal (Oloris Publishing), a collection of illustrated essays and poems about rediscovering the hidden world around us.
His illustrations also appeared in Frodo’s Journey: Discovering the Hidden Meaning of The Lord of the Rings by Joseph Pearce; The Magic Ring: Deluxe Illustrated Edition by Friedrich de la Motte Fouque; Black & White Ogre Country: The Lost Tales of Hilary Tolkien by Hilary A. R. Tolkien; and Divining Divinity by Joseph Pearce.
Jef provided the artwork for a documentary "Eru Ilúvatar: The Ethos of Tolkien's Lore,” which won awards at the International Film Festival for Peace, Inspiration, and Equality in 2015.
Jef died suddenly at age 55 on August 3, 2015. He was married to his soul mate, Lorraine, for 33 years. His website is www.jefmurray.com Please contact Lorraine for additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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