Helping to boost the signal even further! Also, what Jolene modestly neglected to mention is that her amazing short story, The Lament of the Last Goddess in included in this collection. This is the first time it has appeared in print anywhere, and trust me, you won’t want to miss it!
This announcement is coming about a week late, but that’s okay, right?
This month the publishing arm of Neos Alexandria released The Shining Cities: An Anthology of Pagan Science Fiction, a collection of stories written by pagans for pagans.
There is a veritable plethora of pagan-friendly fiction out there, with the popularity of paranormal suspense these days; you can’t browse the bookstore without coming across the next set in this world fantasy series with a strong, bad-ass heroine tangling up with vampires, werewolves, and fey that are outed to the mainstream world. Some are so pagan-friendly that their authors have also got to be pagan friendly or, more, pagan. Wouldn’t surprise me. But little of it is treated as religious-inspired fiction, and that’s a shame, because it ought to be. Other religions do it; why can’t we pagans?
I am extremely excited to see this collection put forth, and…
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