Autumn Equinox 2013

Poetry
Balder Dies By Steven Klepetar
Beloved Of All But One by SR Hardy
The Contest by Matthew Wilson
The Girl in the Moonlight by Gerri Leen
Night-Blooming by Jennifer Lawrence
The Olde Religion by Dana Wright
Selene by Gerri Leen
The Tarot Deck by Evelyn Deshane
Tyche by Steven Wittenberg Gordon, MD
Who Wore the Girdle by Adele Gardner

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Fiction
Anna and the False God by Jennifer Lyn Parsons
Mused by Ken MacGregor
Passing into Shadow by Sandy Hiortdahl
Raikou and the Shi-Jen Doji by Edward Ahern
Sanctuary Farm by Jolene Dawe

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Essays
Bindings One: Not Forgotten by Tahni J Nikitins
Loki’s Only Wife: A Meditation on Grief by TS Morangles
Hekate: Goddess of Samhain by Heddy Johannesen

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Interviews
Erzabet Bishop, creator of the Erotic Pagans series and author of Beltane Fires
Cari Ferrarro, artist and creator of Star Spell, Spelling Words and Five Medieval Childbirth Charms

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Reviews
Apocalyptic Witchcraft by Peter Grey [reviewed by P Sufenas Virius Lupus]
Eragon by Christopher Paolini [reviewed by Belle diMonté]
The Fairy Queen of Spencer’s Butte and Other Tales by Jolene Dawe [reviewed by Rebecca Buchanan]
The Farthest Shore by Ursula K LeGuin [reviewed by Belle diMonté]
From the Prow of Myth by Michael Routery [reviewed by Rebecca Buchanan]
Greek Goddesses: A Coloring Book from Bellerophon Books [reviewed by Shannon Connor Winward]
Greek Gods and Goddesses by Geraldine McCaughrean and Emma Chichester Clark [reviewed by Shannon Connor Winward]
House Magic by Ariana [reviewed by Belle diMonté]
The Orphic Hymns translated by Apostolos N Athanassakis and Benjamin M Wolkow [reviewed by P Sufenas Virius Lupus]
Pagan Goddesses in the Early Germanic World: Eostre, Hreda, and the Cult of Matrons by Phillip Shaw [reviewed by Jennifer Lawrence]
The Ruin of Beltany Ring: A Collection of Pagan Poems and Tales by CS MacCath [reviewed by Jennifer Lawrence]
Wizards and Witches by Brendan Lehane [reviewed by Belle diMonté]

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