Other Published Works

This is the most comprehensive list I could compile of everywhere I have been published. I have been writing and publishing in pagan ezines, newsletters, books, and websites since I was 16, so this was something of a task. I can think of at least two websites I used to have essays available on that are no longer up. That’s the nature of ever-shifting knowledge on the internet. I’m sure there’s some sort of meditation on impermanence there, but that’s not the point of this page.

This will have to do. Thus far only two complete books of my own are available, although a third seems to be eternally in progress in one form or another. As you can see, I have been published in over two dozen Pagan and Polytheist anthologies and a handful of magazines. I hope my resume will speak for itself. A few of these are available online for your educational and reading pleasure.

As for format, I choose to put the most recent at the top, and did not include the book that I am currently co-editing, Shield of Wisdom ,  which we hope will be out soon. (information available here). It is arranged in chronological order and grouped by organization. Agons (art and writing competitions in honor of the Gods) that I won are at the bottom.

BIBLIOTHECA ALEXANDRIA

Bibliotheca Alexandria is the publishing arm of Neos Alexandria. Their Current titles can be found here, and their calls for submissions here.

4 poems,“Helios”, “Midsummer Song,” and  “Two Equinox Poems” inThe Far-Shining One: A Devotional to the Spirits of the Sun.” Bibliotheca Alexandria. 9 June 2019. 

Poems, “Hail to the Red God”, “In the Desert”, and “To the God of Scribes”, in “A Silver Sun and Inky Clouds: A Devotional for Djehuty and Set”. Bibliotheca Alexandria. 5 September 2018. 

Poems, “Eos” “Glorious is the Dawn” and “Mother of Crickets” in “At the Gates of Dawn and Dusk: A Devotional for Aurora, Eos, and the Hesperides”. Bibliotheca Alexandria. 13 February 2018.

Essays “The Marriage of Aphrodite”, “Aphrodite and Modern Pagans”, “Offerings for Aphrodite”, Poems, “The Golden Ladies of Love”, “Gifts of Aphrodite”, Ritual, “A Festival of Aphrodite: A Modern Invocation” in “Blood and Roses: A Devotional for Aphrodite and Venus”. Bibliotheca Alexandria. 30 July 2017. 

Essay, “A Few Thoughts on the Rivalry of Athena and Ares”, Poems, “Who Are You, Ares?” and “To Ares” in “Dauntless: A Devotional for Ares and Mars”. Bibliotheca Alexandria. 8 June 2017. 

Poems, “Prayer for a Peaceful Home”, “Hestia, First and Last”, “Hestia of the Flame”, Ritual, “A Ritual for Hestia: Home Blessing”, in “First and Last:A Devotional for Hestia”. Bibliotheca Alexandria. 4 April 2017. 

Poems. “To Hecate” and “the Lonely King” in “The Dark Ones: Tales and Poems of the Shadow Gods” Bibliotheca Alexandria. November 30 2016. 

Essay, “The Light of Apollon” in “With Lyre and Bow: A Devotional in Honor of Apollo.” Bibliotheca Alexandria. 31 July 2016. 

Short Story, “Ekho and Narkissus” in “Les Cabinets des Polytheistes: An Anthology of Pagan Fairy Tales, Folktales, and Nursery Rhymes” Bibliotheca Alexandria. 28 April 2016. Available

Poem “To My Muse” in “Seasons of Grace: A Devotional in Honor of the Muses, the Charities, and the Horae.” Bibliotheca Alexandria. 7 January 2016. 

NOTE: EVERYTHING BEFORE 2016 WAS PUBLISHED UNDER MY OLD NAME, Amanda Sioux Blake.

Poem, “To Poseidon,” in “From the Roaring Deep: A Devotional in Honor of Poseidon and the Spirits of the Sea”. Bibliotheca Alexandria. 8 August 2015. 

Ritual, “Katallageia” Poem “A Song for the Gamelia” in “Queen of Olympos: A Devotional for Hera and Iuno”. Bibliotheca Alexandria. 9 December 2013. 

Rituals “A Ritual to Celebrate to Kharisteria, for Groups” and “Hestia Home Blessing”, Poems “Hestia of the Flame” and “The Folly of Aktaion” in “Unto Herself: A Devotional Anthology for Independent Goddesses” Bibliotheca Alexandria. 10 July 2012.. 

Poem, “The Pale Queen” in “Queen of the Sacred Way: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Persephone”. Bibliotheca Alexandria. 3 March 2012.

Ritual, “The Reconciliation of Hephaistos and Hera: Katallageia”, Poems “Song of Hephaistos” and “To Hephaistos” in “Harnessing Fire: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Hephaestus.” Bibliotheca Alexandria. 20 March 2013. 

Short Story, “The Story of Philemon and Baukis” in “The Scribing Ibis: An Anthology of Pagan Fiction in Honor of Thoth” Bibliotheca Alexandria.  18 August 2011.  

Poems “A Song to Enlil”, “Mighty El”, “Mother of Chaos”, “In Thanks to Enki”, “Hail Shamash”, “Ahura Mazda”, “To Ereshkigal”, “Star-Bright Inanna”, and “Wild Anath”,  in“Anointed: A Devotional Anthology for the Deities of the Near and Middle East”. Bibliotheca Alexandria.  25 July 2011. 

Poem “To Goat-Footed Pan” in “Out of Arcadia: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Pan”. Bibliotheca Alexandria. March 2011. 

Poems “Mighty Zeus” “A Song for the Gamelia” “Hail to Zeus” and “Zeus of Storms” in “From Cave to Sky: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Zeus”. Bibliotheca Alexandria. November 21 2010. 

Essay, “Khthonic Hermes: The Magician”, Ritual, “A Kriophoria Ritual for Groups”, Poems “Hermes Among Us” and “To Hermes”  in “Guardian of the Road: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Hermes.” Bibliotheca Alexandria. 13 December 2012. 

Essay, “Who is Hekate?”, Poems “Ashes for Hekate” and “Lady of Hounds” in “Bearing Torches: A Devotional Anthology to Hekate” . Bibliotheca Alexandria. November 30 2009.

Essay “Tracing the Threads of My Relationship with Isis”, Short Story, “Epiphany of Isis”, Poems, “Approaching the Altar of Isis”, and “Cry to Isis” in  “Waters of Life: A Devotional Anthology for Isis and Serapis”Bibliotheca Alexandria. September 2009. 

Essays “Artemis” and “Healing with Artemis” in “Unbound: A Devotional Anthology for Artemis”. Bibliotheca Alexandria.  May 08 2009.

Essay, “Dionysus”, and Poem “The Fool” in “Written in Wine: A Devotional Anthology for Dionysos”. Bibliotheca Alexandria.  January 29 2008. 

FIERCELYBRIGHTONE

4 poems, “To Nephthys”, “To the Two Sisters,” “Descend With Me” and “Nephthys, in 5 senses” in “She Who Speaks in Silence: An Anthology for Nephthys” compiled by Chelsea Luellon Bolton. Lulu Press. October 2018.

Pdf from Lulu: here.

Paperback from Amazon: here

ENHEDUNNA

1 Poem,  “Merciful Eir”, in Enhedunna Literary Journal, Salt Lake Pagan Society Vol. 3, 2018, available here 

1 Poem, “Ereshkigal Acrostic”,  in Enhedunna Literary Journal, Salt Lake Pagan Society Vol. 2, 2017 available here.

2 Poems, “Oya” and “To Khnum”, in Enhedunna Literary Journal, Salt Lake Pagan Society  Vol. 1, 2016, available here

ETERNAL HAUNTED SUMMER, ezine

Issues available here 

Poem, “Of Creation”, in the 2018 Summer Solstice issue 

(note: anything published before 2016 will be under my old name, Amanda Sioux Blake)

Poem, “A Song for Odin”, in the 2012 Summer Solstice issue

Review of comic, “Luuna: Volume One”, in the 2012 Spring Equinox issue

Essay, “Dionysus in the Bacchae”, in the 2011 Winter Solstice issue

Poem, “Anthesteria”, in the Autumn Equinox issue

NEOKOROI NEWSLETTER (note: everything in He Epistole was published under my old name, Amanda Blake or Amanda Sioux Blake) all the issues are available in pdf form for free, here

Art, “Asklepios College”, “Hephaistos College”, Poems, “The True Gift of Prometheus”, “To Prometheus”, in He Epistole, the Neokoroi newsletter, Issue 26, Spring 2012

Essay,  “Strong Women in the Odyssey”, in He Epistole, the Neokoroi newsletter, Issue 25, Winter 2012

Essays, “The Affairs of Apollo”, and “Aphrodite and the Gay and Transgendered” in He Epistole, the Neokoroi newsletter, Issue 21, Autumn 2010

Essays, “Hestia: The Eternal Flame”, “The Real Zeus and Hera”, Poem, “To Aphrodite”, Ritual “Panathenea Ritual”, in He Epistole, the Neokoroi newsletter, Issue 18, Summer 2009

Poem, “Ashes for Hekate”,  in He Epistole, the Neokoroi newsletter, Issue 14, Autumn 2007

Essay, “The Many Faces of Athena: Warrior, Artisan, Guardian”, Poem, “Fair Aphrodite”, in He Epistole, the Neokoroi newsletter, Issue 13, Summer 2007

WEBSITES

Various poetry, rituals, and essays on the Neos Alexandria website: https://neosalexandria.org 

AGONS WON

Won Galina Krasskova’s online poetry and art contest for Anteros

Won Galina Krasskova’sonline poetry and art contest for Hebe (July 5 2018) for poem “To Hêbê”

Won Second Place in Lykeia’s Artistic Agon for Aphrodite(April 8 2017) for poem “Laughter-Loving Aphrodite”

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