Enheduanna Vol. 1

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Enheduanna: A Pagan Literary Journal

The inaugural issue of the new journal published by the Salt Lake Pagan Society, Enheduanna contains 28 authors from many Pagan traditions living across the world. With poetry, book reviews, short stories, creative non-fiction, flash fiction, essays, and memoirs, volume 1 is packed full of spectacular new content from brilliant writers. The highlight of the journal is the first part in a historical series memoir of a gay activist fae who was at the 20th anniversary of the the Stonewall Riots in New York City in 1989.

Featuring famous Pagan authors: Druid Philip Carr-Gomm, head of OBOD; Druid Ellen Evert Hopman, co-founder of the Order of WhiteOak; and author Raven Digitalis, co-founder of Opus Aima Obscuræ (OAO).

Reissued as 2nd Edition Imbolc-January 31, 2019.

Contains English, Spanish, and Japanese Languages.

Also available at Ken Sanders Rare Book in Salt Lake City and Amazon.com.

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Additional information

Weight .45 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 6 × .31 in
Type

Paperback

Pages

144

Edition

2nd.

Editor

Daniel Cureton

Publisher

Pagan Society Press

Publishing Location

Salt Lake City, UT

Date

January 31, 2019

ISSN

2473-7720

ISBN-13

978-1-7923-1005-8

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