Winter Solstice 2010

Poetry

Firstly, Hera’s Glory, Rising by Alexandra Seidel

Secondly, Moirae by Alexandra Seidel

Then, “On Delos was bright Apollo born” by Terence Kuch

And then, The Healer by Elizabeth Creith

Followed by, The Mermaids by Rachel Olivier

Sixth, The Wild Hunt by Twyla DiGangi

Lastly, Wee Morning Muse by Marshall Stands

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Fiction

Firstly, A Letter to Loki by Tahni J Nikitins

Then, Ekho and Narkissus by Amanda Sioux Blake

Thirdly, Frogging by Jennifer Lyn Parsons

Followed by, The Music of Love by Tala Bar

Finally, Winter by Beate Sigriddaughter

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Reviews

Firstly, Ashen Sky by Benedicte Gilman and Barry Moser [reviewed by Galina Krasskova]

Secondly, Contact — The Battle for America Book One: Coming of the Storm by Kathleen and Michael O’Neal Gear [reviewed by Joyce Frohn]

Thirdly, Graven Images: Religion in Comic Books and Graphic Novels, edited by A David Lewis and Christine Hoff Kraemer [reviewed by Phillip A Bernhardt-House]

Then, Hearth and Field: A Heathen Prayer Book by Hester Butler-Ehle [reviewed by Michaela Macha]

And then, Of Numbers and Stars: The Story of Hypatia by D Anne Love and Pam Paparone [reviewed by Galina Krasskova]

Followed by, The Syncretisms of Antinous by P Sufenas Virius Lupus [reviewed by Rebecca Buchanan]

Seventh, Werewolves: The Occult Truth by Konstantinos [reviewed by Phillip A Bernhardt-House]

Lastly, Where Spirits Live by Omri Navot [reviewed by Freeman Presson]

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Interviews

Firstly, Amanda Sioux Blake, author of Ink in My Veins and Songs of Praise

Then, Anya Kless, primary author and editor of Lilith: Queen of the Desert

Thirdly, CS MacCath, author of “Bringing Woden to the Little Green Men” and the in-progress Petals of the Twenty Thousand Blossom

And then, Omri Navot, author of Where Spirits Live

Finally, Sophie Reicher, author of Spiritual Protection

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