Category: Book Reviews

Round-up of Interesting Links

A Single Catholic Priest was Responsible for Destroying the Entire Mayan Written Language! Horrible. Considering Da’esh’s actions in the Middle East towards any reminders of their Pagan past, it’s also a sobering lesson. Ruins of Viking Settlement Discovered Near Hudson River in New York State Artemis, Artumes, Nemi, Diana Lucifera and Witchcraft Twitter Bot Posts How…

Dealing with Deities Review

Galina Krasskova recently made a list of books that she recommends. While many of these books are aimed at those beginning on this path of a more traditional kind of polytheist Paganism (as opposed to Wicca-flavored duotheist Paganism), there is a lot that can be learned for those of us who have been at this…

Review of Potnia: A Devotional Anthology in Honor to Demeter

As promised at the beginning of September, here is the review of Bibliotheca Alexandria’s Potnia, the Devotional for Demeter! I really enjoyed this devotional. It was bigger than I expected, they clearly got a LOT of submissions. I surprised, but delighted, at how many fictional submissions were included. There was a play and a musical,…

Review of With Lyre and Bow

I just got my copy of With Lyre and Bow: A Devotional in Honor of Apollo complied and edited by Jennifer Lawrence for Bibliotheca Alexandria. Full disclosure: I have an essay published in this devotional. The cover is strikingly beautiful. This book has poetry, essays, art, fiction, and rituals and recipes. Unlike many devotionals that…