Abraxas: International Journal of Esoteric Studies has a new dedicated website which you might want to check out. You can still find the old Abraxas pages at the site for Fulgur Limited, but I would imagine the new site will become the go to place for the journal.
As an aside, it appears there are only a few copies of the first issue left and apparently only a few copies of quite a number of the other books in the Fulgur catalogue. You can gander at those on the UK and Eurpoean Catalogue page, or in the US check out the Fulgur Limited page at J D Holmes.
You may be interested in Abraxas Issue 2, for Summer Solstice 2011, recently available for pre-order. There is a standard edition available as well as a special issue of “200 hand-numbered copies only with an ORIGINAL hand-printed four colour silkscreen print of Babalon by Barry William Hale”.
Abraxas is an International Journal of Esoteric Studies published by Fulgur, and this second issue looks to top the first:
“Substantially larger than the previous issue, Abraxas 2 offers over 210 pages of essays, poetry, interviews and art, much of it published for the first time. Uniquely produced in a large high quality format, printed on a variety of papers, richly illustrated in colour and monochrome, and offering our first free audio supplement, we hope this issue of Abraxas will provoke and inspire.”