This year has been a rather productive year for me with respect to my writing. Not only am I in the final stages of completing the manuscript of my first book for printing, but I have also had a number of essays appear in various anthologies.
The first of these anthologies is Unto Herself: A Devotional Anthology for Independent Goddesses, edited by from Ashley Horn and Bibliotheca Alexandrina, which is now available.
This volume consists a collection of prayers, poems, rituals, essays, and short stories written about various independent Goddesses including Artemis, Athena, Columbia, Coventina, Freyja, Hekate, Hestia, Isis, Kuan Yin, Lilith, Mary, Minerva, the Morrigan, Nehalennia, Neith, Skadhi, Tabiti, and Vesta. Amongst the contributions is my own essay on Neith, who was an extremely early Egyptian Goddess.
Later this year, another anthology, Shield of Wisdom: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Athena (also edited by Bibliotheca Alexandrina) will also be available. This volume will include my essay about the "wrath" of the Goddess as handed out to disobedient mortals, as well as short stories, invocations and poems from other contributors.