Posts Tagged ‘ blog ’

New Moon Books anthologies in production!

Mar 8th, 2018 | By

Moon Books has a number of community anthologies out there in the world already. These books give opportunities to Pagans who are not established authors. We know it’s important to get more voices heard, to increase diversity and to give people opportunities. That’s why we’ve opened the Moon Books blog up to contributors from the

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Morgan Daimler’s Fairy Books

Jan 9th, 2018 | By

At time of writing this blog, Moon Books has published three Fairy titles by Morgan Daimler, with a fourth book due in September, and a work in progress being shared on this blog. On her blog, Morgan says “I have been a witch since 1991, following a path based on the Fairy Faith blended with

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An Introduction to My Blog, in a philosophical sense

Dec 13th, 2017 | By

For my first blog post on the new Moon Books multi-blog site, I wanted to share more about myself than the blurb typically found on a book jacket or a review. Rather uncharacteristically for me, I chose the category “shaman” to blog under, though I have long joked that a shaman is “someone who doesn’t

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Out of the Broom Closet

Nov 23rd, 2017 | By
Arietta in her ritual robe

Wow! even after writing, in one form or another, for most of my life I still feel that tangible tingle of anxiety creeping up my spine at the sight of a blank page in front of me. I sit, fingers frozen, poised inches above my keyboard, wondering how to begin my first blog post for

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Author blogs

Aug 10th, 2014 | By
Looking for Pagan authors

Waiting impatiently for the next book? There are a great many places you can keep up with your favourite Moon Books authors… Melusine Draco writes a column at and at Witches and Pagans. Nimue Brown’s Alternative Wheel takes a non-standard monthly look at the seasons.  She shows up intermittently on Patheos,  writes for Pagan Dawn and

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Join the Moon Books family

Jul 22nd, 2014 | By

You may have noticed that Paganism 101 was a huge collaborative project – 101 Pagans all writing about different aspects of modern Pagan experience. Given the general wisdom that organising Pagans is a bit like herding cats, you may be wondering how on earth something like that happened. Where did Moon Books find 101 insightful

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