To those who have purchased copies, we will be shipping within a few weeks. A proof has been ordered and the print kinks ironed out. After one final inspection we will get the bulk copies and start shipments. Thanks for your patience!
Hi shoppers and readers. We are working on printing and getting orders shipped out. We had hopped to get them by the end of February, but the orders will ship in March.
Hi folks, we have changed the email contact of Enheduanna from “firstname.lastname@example.org” to “email@example.com.” If you have been trying to reach us, please use the second email.
We ask everyone to be patient while we wrap up vol 3. There have been many life changes for the staff over the course of 2018, so we’ll be delayed temporary. We are working diligently though, never fear!
Hi all subscribers. Just a short update, all entries received are being ready by the committee, peer reviewed. We will send out results by the end of June, beginning of July.
At this time the domain’s shopping cart is not functioning. To work around this issue we are using our Paypal account. You can find the purchase link on each product page at the bottom “click here to purchase” which will take you to Paypal for checkout. You can also find the buy now buttons on our parent page The Salt Lake Pagan Society under the Enheduanna Journal tab here
Part of the process is getting the printers to do a perfect job! We don’t want anything less than A quality, and it was a tough deal handling the Chinese/English language barrier at Yin Yuan Photo Express printing in Shanghai. Low quality ink and paper met us the first go, then poor quality hardcover binding. The trimming was off, the sizing, and then the gutters! But in the end, we managed to get a lovely book printed and bound for vol 2!
The Salt Lake Pagan Society is pleased to announce its literary journal, Enhedunna, has been offered to be included in EBSCO products. “EBSCO is one of the primary vendors of databases for libraries and research. EBSCO will index the journal, having a PDF file on their servers. Enheduanna will live on forever, accessible to millions of people and thousands of libraries that subscribe to their products.” said editor Daniel Cureton who also happens to be a librarian. A substantial feat, only in its second year. SLPS is humbled and gratified that the journal is being so recognized for its literary and scholastic achievement, adding legitimacy to the scholastic study of Paganism.
In an effort to promote more access, Enheduanna will now be hosted on its own website enheduannajournal.org. We are looking forward to working with the great many authors in the world who are seeking a forum to publish their original content!