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Poem for Odin, Loki and Veles at Eternal Haunted Summer Magazine

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Did you know there's an excellent quarterly pagan literary magazine? It's edited by PaganSquare's BookMusings blogger, Rebecca Buchanan.

Head on over to Eternal Haunted Summer for the Spring Equinox issue. It's packed with excellent short stories, poems, essays, interviews and reviews of pagan books and media drawn from world mythology, with a polytheist viewpoint, written by both pagans and non-pagan authors.

The current issue includes my illustrated poem in honor of the wandering Norse and Slavic God of many names: Odin, Loki and Veles, "Northern Pastoral".

There's also a running call for submissions to pagan publishers and devotionals and a very useful set of links there.

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Shirl Sazynski was trained by the Gods and has been practicing the Norse magical and priestly art of seidhr (trance journeying) for over a decade. Her column on seidhr, "One-Eyed Cat", runs in Witches and Pagans Magazine since June 2015.

A wife of Odin, oracle, icon painter and author, her work has appeared in popular and pagan media outlets for the last fifteen years, including Sacred Hoop, Idunna, Eternal Haunted Summer, Oak Leaves and books from Bibliotheca Alexandrina. She teaches workshops around the US, and was a popular presenter at PantheaCon 2015.

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