BookMusings: (Re)Discovering Pagan Literature

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Rebecca Buchanan

Rebecca Buchanan

Rebecca Buchanan is the editor of the Pagan literary ezine Eternal Haunted Summer. She is also the editor-in-chief of Bibliotheca Alexandrina. She thinks it is incredibly unfair that she must work for a living rather than being able to read all day. In her next life, she would like to be a library cat.

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Title: The Shaman Speaks

Publisher: Middle Creek Publishing

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Title: Pagan Portals: Gods and Goddesses of Wales: A Practical Introduction to Welsh Deities and Their Stories

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Title: Occult Detective Quarterly #5

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Title: Dead Witch on a Bridge (Witches of Sonoma Book One)

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[Today, we sit down for an interview Karoline Fritz. Here, she discusses how her spirituality influences her writing; her novels, The Victorian, and The Story of Arbux; and her future projects.]

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Title: In Search of a Witch's Soul

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[Today, we sit down for a quick interview with Australian author, Warwick Hill. A follower of Fjorn Sid, Hill discusses how his spirituality influences his writing; his medieval novel, Pagan Child; and his upcoming projects.]  
 

BookMusings: How would you describe your personal spiritual path? Are you eclectic or part of a particular tradition?

 

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