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Author Topic: The Way of The Horned God: A Young Man's Guide to Modern Paganism  (Read 4416 times) Average Rating: 0
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« Reply #3: February 13, 2011, 04:02:51 pm »

I'm sorry, but...what is that thing on the cover? Bambi meets Men's Health?

ROTFL!   That is great! May I use it in my book talks? I'm serious.

That 'thing' is the Celtic horned god Cernunnos from the Gundestrup Cauldron rendered as a furry by Michael W. (Wolfie) Dooley. As I was writing, I was looking for an illustrator. My anime contacts fell through but an online friend refered me to Mr. Dooley and he agreed to do the illustrations. He was a professional furry artist who already had one Pagan book under his illustrator's belt: "Urban Primative". I asked the opinion of several Pagans both adult and teen before I settled on his illustrations. While I got some negative comments from the adults, the teens gave it an overwhelming unanimous positive review so I went with it. Love it or hate it, the Horned God is defiitely eyecatching and since it is written for teenaged boys, if they like it, that's what's important to me.

merry part,
Dancing Rabbit

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