Sunday, October 6, 2013

Upcoming Projects

A number of projects that I have contributed this year are nearing completion.  One of these projects is a devotional anthology decided to Hera/Iuno (Juno), the Queen of Olympos: A Devotional Anthology for Hera and Iuno and long suffering "wife" of Zeus/Jupiter.

Edited by Lykeia, this devotional anthology will be published by Bibliotheca Alexandrina and will contain a devotional hymn that I wrote for this often misunderstood Goddess.
 
Queen of Olympos is expected to be released later this month.  For more details can be found on the website of Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
 
Expected to be released in November 2013 is A Mantle of Stars: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of the Queen of Heaven (edited by Jen McConnel).  In this anthology, I have not one but two pieces that have been accepted.  I also have a poem in By Blood, Bone and Blade: A Tribute to the Morrigan as well as an essay submitted towards Shield of Wisdom: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Athena which has currently been placed on hold by the editor.  All these publications will  be released by Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
 
On the other side of the Atlantic, I have contributed an essay on the Alexandrian tradition of Wytchcraft for Paganism 101 that Moon Books, (a side-arm of John Hunt Publishing) is intending to release later in 2013 or early 2014.  This book contains 101 essays on the various Pagan traditions and practices followed today which should be rather interesting reading.  I have also been asked to contribute towards a forth coming book about various Goddesses that Moon Books will also be releasing early in 2014.

I am also putting the finishing touches to my own book about the Goddess as well as looking for a suitable publisher to take over the publishing and distribution of Dancing the Sacred Wheel as all the copies I had printed last year are now soldIf a publisher cannot be found, then later in the year I will investigate other publishing options such as ebooks and/or print on demand.
 
All in all there is still much happening on the writing front and this is without mentioning any magazines or other projects :)

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