It has been a while since time has permitted an update with respect to the proposed anthology about the Pagan divine masculine, Call of the God: An Anthology Exploring the Divine Masculine within Modern Paganism, to be made. And I am delighted to advise that whilst the progress seems to have been fraught with a number of obstacles, the anthology is now in its final stages.
The first change was in the extended title to encapsulate the fact that this is indeed a joint project showcasing contributions received from writers, poets, ritualists and artists from around the world.
The second change has been with the proposed cover due to increasing comments over possible copyright infringements. This has resulted in the commission of a graphic designer to prepare a unique cover which is being eagerly awaited upon. The original artwork has not been abandoned - instead, it will still be included within the anthology as it reflects the artist's depiction of the Pagan God within the Australian landscape.
In the meantime, as the manuscript has been proofed and interior layout and order of contributed material finalised, a proof copy with a further mock-up cover has been ordered and this should be arriving within the next few weeks. It is anticipated that by the time any final amendments are made to the proof, the true cover should be ready and pre-orders can be taken.
Product Details of Call of the God: An Anthology Exploring the Divine Masculine within Modern Pagan to date are:
Product Dimensions: 15.24 x 22.86 cm (6" x 9")
Page Count: 286 pages
Publisher: TDM Publishing
If you would like to be notified personally as to when pre-orders are being taken, please email the editor with the words "Call of the God pre-order notification" in the subject line.