Finding the Masculine in Goddess Spiral is now available!
Listen to the words of the Great Mother in the stories of these great men. Finding the Masculine In Goddess’ Spiral, empowers the rich dialogue that men have been having about their sacred experiences with the Feminine Divine.
Curated by Erick DuPree, a noted voice in the modern Goddess spirituality, this anthology reaches across faith praxis to bring together Pagans, Heathens, Buddhists, Polytheists, and Monists, in a diverse tapestry of sacred masculine stories, rituals, and poetry.
With contributions by Christopher Penczak, Blake Octavian Blair, David Salisbury, Storm Faerywolf, Orion Foxwood, Taylor Ellwood, Devin Hunter, Lou Florez, and more, these are the stories for our sons, and future generations.
Pagan Leadership Anthology
We’re pleased to announce that the Pagan Leadership Anthology edited by Shauna Aura Knight and Taylor Ellwood is now available!
The words “Pagan Leadership” are often met with scorn and tales of failed groups and so-called Witch Wars. And yet, as our communities grow and mature, we find ourselves in dire need of healthy, ethical leaders. Most Pagans have seen what doesn’t work. But what does? This anthology features over thirty authors, thirty essays, and decades of leadership experience sharing their failures and successes as leaders as wel¬l as showing you how you can become a better Pagan leader.
• Why personal work will help you become a better leader
• How to become a better communicator
• When to deal with predators in the community
• How to resolve conflicts peacefully
• Why you need bylaws when you build a group
• And much, much more!
Pagan communities are evolving. To be an effective leader you need to know how to take care of your group and yourself. In this anthology you will get tools and techniques that work and help you become a better leader as well as enrich the overlapping Pagan communities.
Necromantra by Philip Emory
Necromantra by Philip Emory is now available!
A revised edition of Philip Emery’s strange and wonderful science fantasy novel, including a new story ‘Kafka’s Terrace’.
In the Hundred, the working folk are kept in order by the masters who administrate the various mills, pits and manufactories. Strict records are kept in town halls, every death certified despite a crushing mortality. However, the old grim certainties face a new threat with the arrival of the necromancers – dark-skinned pilgrims who, by the chant of a strange mantra, are able to raise the recently dead, thus throwing the immaculate records of the town halls into chaos.
In retaliation, the masters appoint a number of rectifiers to each town. Reviled and feared by most of the Hundred, their job is to ‘re-decease’ the ‘discrepancies’, as the risen are labelled.
Whatnots and Curios
Storm Constantine newest non-fiction book Whatnots and Curious is now available!
Known for her thought-provoking novels and short stories, traversing the fantastic and the mysterious, Storm Constantine’s career spans thirty-three years and counting. She has also written non-fiction titles on esoteric subjects, as well as a vast number of articles, reviews and introductions for other writers’ books. Whatnots and Curios is a selection chosen by the author, providing an authentic glimpse into the life of a working writer. A fascinating read for any fan of Storm Constantine’s work.
Pop Culture Magic 2.0 and the Pop Culture Grimoire 2.0 are now available as e-books on Kindle.
Pop Culture Grimoire 2.0
I’m pleased to announce that the Pop Culture Grimoire 2.0 is now available from Immanion Press!
In the Pop Culture Grimoire 2.0 you’ll discover what various pop culture magicians are doing with pop culture magic and how you can also take your pop culture magic to the next level. In this book you’ll learn about:
Pop music magic
How to work with villains
What pop culture paganism is
How to create your own pop culture characters and entities
Social media magic
How to use logos for magical work
…and much, much more.
The Pop Culture Grimoire 2.0 features the work of Felix Warren, Kalisara, Leni Hester, Taylor Ellwood, John Varan, Azucena Enloe, Diana Rajchel, Danyel Fallen, Roy Tottie, Mark Coates, Deborah Hodgson, Laurie Pneumatikos, Miguel Marques, Colleen Chitty, Molly Khan, Thomas Chaote, and Emily Carlin. We invite you to explore the future of pop culture magic with us and start creating it in your work as well!
Pop Culture Magic 2.0 is now available!
In Pop Culture Magic 2.0, Taylor Ellwood explores how pop culture magic has continued to evolve. In this book you will learn how to make any pop culture into pop culture magic as well as why you might want to. You’ll also learn how pop culture is becoming the mythology of our time and how older mythologies are showing up in contemporary culture. If you’ve wanted to practice pop culture magic or are just curious as to how magic and pop culture go together this book is for you. You will also learn:
• How to work with corporate entities in pop culture magic
• How to develop your own system of pop culture magic
• How to integrate social media and modern technology into your magical practice.
• How to use contemporary holidays in your magical workings
• How role playing games can help you with your identity work
• and much, much more!
If you’ve wanted to integrate contemporary culture into your spiritual work, look no further! Pop Culture Magic 2.0 can help you develop a modern system of magic that is relevant to you and allows you to take the pop culture you love and turn it into a spiritual practice that changes your life.