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« Topic Start: May 06, 2009, 05:30:10 am »

Em Hotep,

Although we’ve received some great contributions for the Hekate
devotional, we currently do not have enough for a full book. So we are
going to extend the deadline until July 30, 2009.

We can use essays, poetry, accounts of personal experiences, and other
forms of devotional writing. We would like this anthology to reflect
the diversity of ways that the goddess has been understood and
experienced both in antiquity and in contemporary times, so the more
contributions we receive the better!

As with all of our devotional anthologies we cannot provide payment or
contributor copies, since the proceeds will be used for charitable
donations and to help bring out further volumes in the Bibliotheca
Alexandrina line. For more information on our Guidelines and Policies,
please visit this page:

http://neosalexandria.org/BAguidelines.pdf

If you have any further questions, you may contact the editor at
sannion@gmail.com. This is also the address where submissions should
be sent.

Please feel free to distribute this announcement to other lists,
forums, and curious individuals. The more people who know about this
the better chance we’ll have of producing a truly awesome book worthy
of Hekate.
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« Reply #1: July 27, 2009, 07:01:02 pm »

There is an update on the status of the Hekate devotional.

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Em Hotep,

I have two things I'd like to share relevant to the Hekate devotional:

1) We still need submissions. We have a very full book, as is, with
lots of great contributions from the community - but we can still use
a bunch more. We especially need poetry, essays, and accounts of
personal experiences!

2) We're moving the deadline back further. It was technically going to
be July 30th, but that means that we'd have 3 books coming out at
roughly the same time - the Thoth fiction anthology, the Isis/Serapis
devotional and this one. That doesn't make a whole lot of sense, so
instead we're going to push the deadline back to September 30th and
aim for a release date on Halloween.

So, let the creative juices flow and join us in honoring one of the
most mysterious and important of the ancient Greek gods.

Please send all submissions to me at sannion@gmail.com. And if you
haven't already, please familiarize yourself with our policies and
guidelines before submitting anything:

http://neosalexandria.org/BAguidelines.pdf

If you have any further questions, send your queries to the above address.

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Yours in the Gods,
Sannion
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« Reply #2: August 04, 2009, 09:13:07 pm »

Hm, I'd've been interested in contributing if I'd known sooner you were looking, but I just found this forum. Are you going to further extend the deadline?
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« Reply #3: August 05, 2009, 12:14:15 am »

Hm, I'd've been interested in contributing if I'd known sooner you were looking, but I just found this forum. Are you going to further extend the deadline?

The deadline is extended til September 30th. If you need extra time, you can contact Sannion at the designated e-mail or perhaps ask on the mailing group.
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« Reply #4: August 05, 2009, 08:45:54 am »



Please feel free to distribute this announcement to other lists,
forums, and curious individuals. The more people who know about this
the better chance we’ll have of producing a truly awesome book worthy
of Hekate.

When / how will this book be available?
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« Reply #5: August 05, 2009, 09:03:04 am »

When / how will this book be available?

The update notes that the hope is for a release date of Halloween.  As for "how", looking at previous similar projects on Neos Alexandria's site, it looks like probably they're using CreateSpace.
http://www.neosalexandria.org/publishing.htm
(Found the link in the call for submissions for the Isis/Serapis devotional anthology.)

A general note not aimed at you personally, Lusiphelia:  I would highly recommend that anyone with further questions contact Sannion directly using the e-mail address provided in the first two posts of the thread.  The notices posted here are simply re-posts of information from other sources; those posting them may or may not be able to address your questions.  This is a Neos Alexandria project for which, I gather, Sannion is the point of contact--and he's not here at TC, to the best of my knowledge.  Questions posted here are not likely to reach him and thus may or may not be answered.
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« Reply #6: September 21, 2009, 10:09:18 pm »

LAST CHANCE!

Call for submissions for Bearing Torches: A Devotional Anthology for the
goddess Hekate

Submissions close: September 30, 2009

We can use essays, poetry, accounts of personal experiences, and other
forms of devotional writing. We would like this anthology to reflect the
diversity of ways that the goddess has been understood and experienced
both in antiquity and in contemporary times, so the more contributions we
receive the better!

As with all of our devotional anthologies we cannot provide payment or
contributor copies, since the proceeds will be used for charitable
donations and to help bring out further volumes in the Bibliotheca
Alexandrina line. For more information on our Guidelines and Policies,
please visit this page:

http://neosalexandria.org/BAguidelines.pdf

Submissions should be sent to: sannion@gmail.com
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