Tag: my writings

My Submisson to Lykeia’s Hera Agon

Hail to the Goddess of Life By Amanda Artemisia Forrester Rich-haired Hera, arrayed in peacock feathers Many have sung of You as wife of Great Zeus and Queen of Shining Olympos But today I wish to hymn to You alone, glorious Hera For You were a great and magnificent Goddess, much-worshiped, Before Your brother ever […]…

Aphrodite Agon Entry 5

Originally posted on Beloved in Light:
Laughter-loving Aphrodite by Amanda Forrester Golden-skinned, full-hipped, heavy-breasted Dances and laughs, loves and eats, drinks and plays, Among the Halls of the Gods Our powerful Lady of Love is named as an Olympian But in reality She is a Force far more primal Than the civilized generation of Gods…

4th Submission to the Ares Agon

Originally posted on Gangleri's Grove:
For Ares by Amanda Forrester Ares, the blood-stained Battle-Lord, throws Himself laughing into the fray, Wherever the fighting is thickest There the son of Zeus and Hera will be. Great Ares, once I would have prayed for You to put down Your sword And join laughter-loving Aphrodite on the…

I got published in a Pagan literary journal!

I got 2 poems published in the first issue of a new Pagan literary journal! Available here, information below: “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…

Bakcheion

Sannion’s online Temple for the Starry Bull Tradition, the Bakcheion, is now live, and yours truly has contributed poetry to the temple pages for Athena, Arakhne, Dionysos, the Muses, Kybele, Artemis, Ariadne, Semele, and Hermes. Check it out, and consider contributing some of your own work. Evoe!

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…

EHS – Dionysos in the Bacchae

The Winter Solstice issue of EHS is out! I have an essay published in it regarding Dionysus in Euripides’ The Bacchae, which I will reproduce below. However, you really should go check it out. There is a lot of beautiful poetry, an essay about Aphrodite, reviews, fiction, and other interesting things. — The Bacchae is…

When the Lion Roars

Galina Krasskova has finally released her devotional to Sekhmet! It is titled When The Lion Roars: A Devotional to the Egyptian Goddess Sekhmet, and can be obtained at lulu.com . I had two small poems accepted, but I can’t wait to read the rest of the volume!   “Sekhmet the Lion-headed Goddess was venerated in…

Spring and EHS

Happy Vernal Equinox everyone! Yes, it is now officially spring! The Maiden has returned from the depths of Haides and resides in the Upperworld with Her Mother Demeter once more! Hail Kore! Hail Demeter! Hail Spring! And on that joyous note, Eternal Haunted Summer has released its spring issue, which features my review of Mythic…