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Addendum: Walking With the Gods
A few weeks ago, I posted a Spotlight On column about Walking With the Gods: Modern People Talk About Deities, Faith, and Recreating Ancient Traditions from Connaissance Sankofa Media. At the time, the book was only available in digital format.
I happy to report that Wendi Wilkerson has just released the paperback edition. A hefty 390 pages, it can be purchased immediately through Lulu.com. It will eventually be available through Amazon and Barnes and Noble, but ordering it through Lulu is better: Wilkerson gets a higher percentage of the royalties, and she deserves every cent for all the time and effort she put into the title. And, if this edition sells well enough, there might be a second book with more interviews that she could not fit into the first book.
So, spread the word and go buy a copy!
[On a related note, consider submitting to Wilkerson's fiction anthology Words of Flame: An Anthology of Devotional Fiction.]
[On another related note, sometime in June I will have a review of A Million and One Gods: The Persistence of Polytheism by Page duBois. This is the first book I know of from a mainstream publisher which tackles modern polytheism, and seems to do so from a respectful position.]
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