Welcome to the July 2021 issue of ev0ke: witchcraft*paganism*lifestyle! This issue includes essays, short fiction, interviews, and reviews.
In Essays, Ashley Nicole Hunter offers the darkly humorous and critical, “Astrologist Hypes $1000 Certificate to Read the Stars, Does Not Understand the Shock of the Poors.” And Laurelei Black continues her Festival Planning series which a segment on “Size, Venue, and Pricing.” In Fiction, Rebecca Buchanan’s continues her serialized urban fantasy/paranormal romance series, “The Necromancer’s Guide to Not Dying While Saving the World (And Falling in Love.)” In Interviews, we sit down with Oliver Porter, author of “To Serve Odin’s Wine”; Ann K. Schwader, author of the poetry collection, “Unquiet Stars”; and Todd Sullivan, short story writer and author of The Windshine Chronicles. In Lifestyle, Ashley Nicole Hunter has “Enter My New Addiction: Bear Cave Soaps.” Finally, in Reviews we look at “Pagan Portals: Blodeuwedd” by Jhenah Telyndru and “The Rules and Regulations for Mediating Myths and Magic” by FT Lukens.
Then it’s on to the Members section! In Essays, Ashley Nicole Hunter offers up “I Completed the 2021 Devotional Arts Challenge for Polytheists,” while Rebecca Buchanan discusses “On the Importance of Pagan Peers.” And in Fiction, Rebecca Buchanan has the third part of her serialized Pagan science fiction tale, “Asphalt Gods.”
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