Tag Archives: Apollo

Announcing: Agon for Apollon

Originally posted on Bearing His Light:
Who may enter?  Any writer or artist (of any caliber and any medium) may enter this agon.  I will eat the shipping charges to wherever you live if you win.  Good luck! What can…

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Call for Submissions – 1 week left!

Melia Phosphorou is seeking submissions for He Who Rules With Honey, a devotional anthology in honor of Apollon.  Submissions open January 4, 2016 and close January 24, 2017, with an expected relea… Source: Call for Submissions

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Novena for Apollon Call for Submissions

Originally posted on Beloved in Light:
Inspired by G alina, now that I have wrapped up Before the Doors: A Domestic Worship of Apollon, I am doing a nine day novena. This will be non profit, published for price of…

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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. … Continue reading

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Short Prayers for the Sacred Days of the Lunar Month

these are short prayers for the sacred days of the lunar month. I wrote these years ago, when I first book, Songs of Praise, was published. Most of these are historically attested to as the Athenians considered the days sacred … Continue reading

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Call for Submissions: Apollon Devotional

I found a Call for Submissions for a devotional to Apollon. It looks very interesting, check it out here if you are interested in contributing. —– I am seeking submissions for He Who Rules With Honey, a devotional anthology in honor … Continue reading

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Apollo’s Sacred Day

Apollo’s day follows His sister Artemis’, just as His birth followed Hers. As She is Goddess of the moon, Apollo is the God of the sun. Of course, both these Deities are much bigger than these single manifestations. But the … Continue reading

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