Posts Tagged ‘ Pete Jennings ’

Moon Book folk and the Pagan Federation

Sep 28th, 2014 | By

At more than forty years of age, the Pagan Federation is a highly influential, longstanding Pagan organisation. With its network of moots and activists, rare is the longstanding Pagan in the UK who hasn’t had some contact with them over the years. It will come as little surprise then, that many Moon Books authors have histories

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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 www.pentaclemagazine.co.uk 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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New from Moon Books

Aug 2nd, 2014 | By

We are publishing four books in July, listed below to give you a flavour. One of them has shown up on the blog already, with Nimue Brown writing about When a Pagan Prays – the book that laid an egg. We’re expecting to have some book related goodies for you from Pete Jennings and Elen

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