Autumn Equinox 2010

Poetry

Firstly, A Goddess’ Work Is Never Done by Rachel Olivier

Secondly, A Nahuatl Legend by Terence Kuch

Then, A Prayer to the Mousai at Taughannock Falls by Kayleigh Ayn Bohémier

And then Delphi by William Doreski

Followed by North Queen by Shirl Sazynski

And then Smoking Mirror? by Tahni J Nikitins

Then, Stitches in Fate by Jane Gwaltney

Eighth, The Tet by William Doreski

And lastly, Thor in the South by Shirl Sazynski

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Fiction

Firstly, A House of Cards by Julianne Draper

Secondly and lastly, A Tale of King Midas by Amanda Sioux Blake

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Reviews

Firstly, Deepak Chopra Presents: India Authentic by Various [reviewed by Dawnpiper]

Secondly, Earth God Rising by Alan Richardson [reviewed by Richard Derks]

Thirdly, Hekate: Her Sacred Fires edited by Sorita d’Este [reviewed by Kenn Payne]

Then, Imaro by Charles Saunders [reviewed by Joyce Frohn]

And then Root, Stone and Bone: Honoring Andvari and the Vaettir of Money by Fuensanta Arismendi and Galina Krasskova [reviewed by Rebecca Buchanan]

Followed by Secret Signs, Symbols and Sigils and Dragons of the West by Nigel Pennick [reviewed by Freeman Presson]

Seventh, Shinto Norito: A Book of Prayers by Ann Llewellyn Evans [reviewed by Phillip A Bernhardt-House]

And lastly, Visions of Vanaheim by Svartesól [reviewed by Michaela Macha]

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Interviews

Firstly, Nicanthiel Hrafnhild, author of Boar, Birch and Bog: Prayers to Nerthus

Secondly, Erin Lale, author of Asatru for Beginners

Thirdly, P Sufenas Virius Lupus, author of The Phillupic Hymns

And fourthly, Sannion aka H Jeremiah Lewis, author of From the Satyr’s Mouth: Wit and Wisdom From an Opinionated Polytheist

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