Tag: Bibliotheca Alexandria

Lord of the Carnelian Temple is now published!

Originally posted on Per Sebek:
After almost a year of hard work, and some wonderful amazing contributors, we have finally got the Sobek Devotional published! ❤ It is now available to purchase here: https://neosalexandria.org/bibliotheca-alexandrina/current-titles/devotionals/lord-of-the-carnelian-temple-a-devotional-in-honor-of-sobek/ Please go and support this amazing book, and see what a wonderful devotional we’ve created for Sobek. ❤ Share this far…

Devotional to Hestia now available!

So the Bibliotheca Alexandria devotional to Hestia, First and Last, is now available! I have three poems and a ritual home blessing published in this volume. The table of contents can be seen here, and you can order your copy on Createspace here. Although there are few surviving writings regarding Hestia, She is arguably one…

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…

GMC: Ereshkigal

Ereshkigal, the Queen of the Great Below, or the Sumerian Underworld, is less well known today than Her brighter sister Inanna. The Underworld is also called Irkalla. Sometimes Her name is given as Irkalla, in the same way that in Greece Haides could signify both the Underworld and its ruler. Ereshkigal is the daughter of…

Call for Submissions: Devotional to Hestia

I’m excited to see this one happening. Hestia doesn’t get a lot of attention, She  deserves a devotional of Her own. I hope there are lots of good submissions, so please spread this call far and wide! Original post here. —- Bibliotheca Alexandrina is seeking submissions for a devotional anthology to honor the least and…

Call for Submissions: Ares/Mars

Bibliotheca Alexandrina is seeking submissions for Dauntless, a devotional anthology in honor of the Greek Ares, God of War and his Roman counterpart Mars, Father of Rome. Submissions will open 1 January 2016 and close 1 June 2016, with an expected release date of early Summer 2016. This anthology is being edited by Rebecca Buchanan. The editor is interested…

Devotionals

Woot! I had four poems and one essay accepted to Jewel of Aset’s Nephthys devotional, and two poems accepted to Neos Alexandria’s devotional to the Dark Gods. It feels good to be writing again. I feel more like myself than I have in ages. Next I need to start  working on my submissions for the…