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Anointed is now in print!

July 26, 2011

The publishing arm of Neos Alexandria, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, has published another devotional:  titled “Anointed: A Devotional Anthology for the Deities of the Near and Middle East“, edited by Tess Dawson.  An interview of Ms. Dawson can be read here.   I do have a single piece in this devotional, under my pen name.

“Anointed is a collection of articles and art, poems and prayers, recipes and rituals inspired by Mesopotamia, Anatolia, Arabia, and the Levant. The Deities honored within include Athirat, Asherah, Baʻal Hadad, Tiamat, Astarte, Yahweh, Ereshkigal, Atargatis, ‘Anat, Inanna, Marduk, Allah, Tanit, Nikkal, Cybele, Attis, Ishtar, El, and more…

It can be purchased in paperback format from our online store. It will be available from Amazon, and in a variety of ebook formats from Smashwords shortly. If possible, we would ask you to purchase it through Createspace since that will give Bibliotheca Alexandrina a higher portion of the royalties without changing the price for you. Why does that matter? Because all of the proceeds from Anointed – as well as many of the other volumes in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina series – will be used to help promote the revival of the worship of the ancient Gods, with a portion of the proceeds given to a worthy charitable organization in their name.  So, not only will you be getting a wonderful book about the modern worship of Asherah, Ba’al, Ishtar, El, and many other Deities – but your money will be going to do good work and help the revival of ancient polytheistic religions.”

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