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Enheduanna – A Pagan Literary Journal

November 12th, 2016

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I am very pleased to support and be a part of new annual journal that will be produced by the Salt Lake Pagan Society every Samhain. The first edition was published this autumn. Here are some details from The Salt Lake Pagan Society Blog:

Enheduanna: A Pagan Literary Journal Vol 1 2016

The inaugural issue of the new journal published by the Salt Lake Pagan Society, Enheduanna contains 28 authors from many Pagan traditions living across the world. With poetry, book reviews, short stories, essays, and memoirs, volume 1 is packed full of spectacular new content from brilliant writers. The highlight of the journal is the first part in a five part series of the memoir of a gay activist fae who was at the 20th anniversary of the the Stonewall Riots in New York City in 1989.

Featuring famous Pagan authors: Druid Philip Carr-Gomm, head of OBOD; Druid Ellen Evert Hopman, co-founder of the Order of WhiteOak; and author Raven Digitalis, co-founder of Opus Aima Obscuræ (OAO)

Contains English, Spanish, and Japanese Languages. Paperback book.

Price: $14.99enheduanna-final-cover

Shipping: $3.99

To order your copy click here.

2 Responses to “Enheduanna – A Pagan Literary Journal”

  1. I’m sorry this is in the wrong place, but I couldn’t find a place to leave a comment under the entry about Georgia O’Keefe from August of this year. I noticed that you spell Georgia O’Keefe the way I have always known it to be spelled, the way many people have known it to be spelled. However, it was just brought to my attention – through a reddit page called “The Mandela Effect” that her last name is now spelled O’Keeffe all over the internet, including the official Georgia O’Keefe museum. I know this probably seems like a random comment, but I thought you might be interested. A lot of us at the Mandela Effect believe that reality can in fact change, either outside of ourselves or in our consciousness. Based on the things you write about, I thought you might be open to this.

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