Posts Tagged ‘ pagan fiction ’

Witch Lit and why we need it

Dec 20th, 2015 | By

By Nimue Brown, originally posted on www.druidlife.wordpress.com There is now a Witch Lit Facebook group which you’d be very welcome to join. I read Bridget Jones’s Diary back when it came out, curious about the hype. I hated it. Over the years as a reviewer I’ve been hit by the odd low-flying chick-lit title, and

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Folk Tales for Pagans

Dec 10th, 2015 | By

by Elen Sentier Folk and fairy tales have come down to us through the ages. They continue to be birth themselves today with modern authors like Terri Windling’s The Wood Wife, and Patricia Wrede’s Talking to Dragons. What is a folk tale? They can be hard to describe but one thing they all seem to

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Pagan fiction

Nov 20th, 2014 | By

Moon books is best known for our great array of Pagan non-fiction titles, but we do have the occasional piece of fiction in the mix. Hannah Spencer’s The Story of Light and Robin Herne’s A Dangerous Place and Nevill Drury’s The Shaman’s Quest are all works of Pagan fiction published by Moon Books. You can’t

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