Friday, September 25, 2015

Call of the God now available

It has been a rather long and somewhat drawn out process that was plagued with computer and later health issues, but finally Call of the God: An Anthology Exploring the Divine Masculine within Modern Paganism has been finalised.
 
This anthology is a unique smorgasbord of essays, poems, fiction and artwork depicting the numerous manifestations of the God and how the Divine Masculine is depicted within modern Paganism around the world and is now available for purchase through Createspace as well as Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and all other affiliated online stores.


I have been blessed to be able to include submissions from a large number of extremely talented writers, poets and artisans within the global community including:
* Michael Howard (editor of The Cauldron as well as some 38 books who has sadly passed through the veil just prior to receiving his copy),
* Pete Jennings (past Pagan Federation president and author of books including Blacksmith Gods and Heathen Paths),
* Anna Franklin (author of 30 books and decks including The Pagan Ways Tarot, The Sacred Circle Tarot, Herbcraft, Lughnasa, Midsummer and Familiars),
* Tony and Candia McKormack from British Pagan band Inkubus Sukkubus,
* Shauna Aura Knight (mixed media artist and author),
* Polly Lind (New Zealand based tapestry artist),
* Peter Coughlin (writer of poetry, fiction and non-fiction),
* Patrick Larabee (artist and author of Whisperings from the Void), and
* Rev Christian Ortz (author of Reiki Lunar and founder of the Mexican ezine El Caldero-Espiritualidad de la Tierra (The Cauldron-Earth Spirituality).

 
Other contributors include Adam X Hearn, Michael Vickery, Rebecca Buchanan, Fabienne S. Morgana, Kali Cox, Cara Fenton, Chattering Magpie, Ilana Sturm, Steven Posch, Tania Poole, Martin Samson, Michelle Jeffrey, Jeff Brown, E. Massey, P. St Clair-Martin, ElSharra, Wayland the Smith, Ian Foot, Harriet Lock, Debbie Dawson, Donna Swindells, L.J. LaBarthe, as well as myself.
 
Chattering Magpie, the Summoner of the Hearth of the Turning Wheel, took the photograph that adorns the cover of Call of the God: An Anthology Exploring the Divine Masculine within Modern Paganism that itself was designed by Timothy Hartridge and I am most grateful to Nan Berrett who undertook the task of proof editing the manuscript.

To everyone involved, thank you very much for having faith in my vision.
 
 

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