Eventually (a few weeks) it'll be on amazon.com too.
"Horn and Banner: Northern Tradition Rituals" is out and done! This book is an anthology of rituals, compiled by Heathens and NT Pagans around the world. There's some good stuff here. Y'all can find it here:
Eventually (a few weeks) it'll be on amazon.com too.
I am very, very excited to announce that Neos Alexandria/Bibliotheca Alexandrina has just released a new devotional to Hermes.
I've been awaiting this one for a long time and from the table of contents provided on their site, it looks to be a promising and thorough exploration of a very complex God. I have one small prayer in this book, as I honor Hermes because I am training to be a Classicist and He is, among other things, the Greek God of language.
Anyway, the book is called "Guardian of the Road: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Hermes" by KS Roy.
Folks interested in obtaining a copy can do so here:
http://neosalexandria.org/bibliotheca-alexandrina/current-titles/guardian-of-the-road-a-devotional-anthology-in-honor-of-hermes/. This site gives all the information for ordering. This devotional will soon be available on amazon, but that takes a couple of weeks. It's available now on createspace. Check it out!
My newest book, 'Essays in Modern Heathenry,' is now available for purchase. This book is, as the title suggests, a collection of academic articles discussing the nature and development of praxis within the contemporary community. It's something I've been sitting on since 2007.
Right now, the book is available at http://www.asphodelpress.com/specialty.html but you may also find it at http://www.lulu.com/. In a couple of weeks it should be available on amazon too (it takes their online catalog awhile to update).
I will be holding a book release party in NYC on May 12 in the evening. If you're in the area, feel free to contact me for more information or check out my events page.
I just received word that Asphodel Press has put out its first Hela devotional. This particular book has been in the works (as far as I know) for several years now and I am delighted that it's finally available. I had the privilege of reading a couple of the prayers and two of the articles for their respective authors a couple of years ago and if that's any indication by which to go, this devotional promises to be both powerful and beautiful. (I'm waiting for my copies to arrive in the mail!). Check it out, it's called "Wholly: A Devotional for Hella.":
(yes, I dislike the title, but this isn't my book so it wasn't my call. don't let it dissuade you from considering a purchase).
I have two links of note for my readers today. Firstly, Rev. Allyson Szabo, Hellenic correspondent for the Keene Examiner interviewed me on the topic of prayer. I was very pleased with how the interview came out and Allyson asked some very insightful questions. That link may be found here:
Secondly, the new issue of Eternal Haunted Summer has a review of "When the Lion Roars," my new Sekhmet devotional. That may be found here:
the book itself may be found at www.asphodelpress.com or www.amazon.com. that's probably all for today, folks, but stay tuned for this week's Pagan Blog Project post (friday) and in the meantime, have a wonderful Ostara/Eostre celebration.
My new book, forthcoming this Fall through Inner Traditions press is now being advertised (I believe) for pre-order. This book, co-authored with Raven Kaldera is an introduction to Northern Tradition shamanism, but also provides a number of exercises and practices (over eighty) that anyone - shaman or not--can do to properly honor and serve the Spirits.
Check it out: http://store.innertraditions.com/Browse.jmdx?action=performIsbnSearch&searchString=978-1-59477-490-4
Finally, after about two years of work on this project, my devotional anthology to Sekhmet is now available.
"Sekhmet: When the Lion Roars" can now be purchased here: http://www.asphodelpress.com/devotionals.html. It will also soon be available on amazon.com.
that's all i'm going to say for now, because im in the middle of finals and have no time. lOL. Enjoy.
(to those who contributed to this devotional, do NOT buy a copy. I will send you your contributor's copies after I survive finals week).
While my Sekhmet devotional, titled "When the Lion Roars" isn't quite on the market yet, it soon will be (maybe even in time for Yule) and I thought i'd give y'all a sneak peak at the cover art.
This was designed by artist K.C. Hulsman utilizing photographs taken by photographer Mary Ann Glass.
Stay tuned, folks, and I'll be sure to post here as soon as this book has been released.
Spero Press has just published my new Sigyn devotional. This is part of their new chapbook series. Hopefully we'll soon see one for each of the Norse Gods and Goddesses. Check out "Honoring Sigyn" here: http://tinyurl.com/6tt5xut
I also received word that there are two new active virtual shrines, one to Nerthus and one to Ullr. Please consider visiting them and lighting a virtual candle in honor of these Deities:
My children's book "A Child's Eye View of Heathenry," published earlier this year through Spero Publishing, is now available in paperback.
It may be purchased here: http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/a-childs-eye-view-of-heathenry/18312274