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Call For Submissions: "Dancing in the Shadows of the Moon"

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This is the project I wrote about in my last post. I invite you to read and contribute it's going to be a great anthology I am certain and if you are poet of Pagan, Wiccan, Magickal, Druidic, Asatru, and you would like to share your work see the post below. 


"Dancing in the Shadows of the Moon" An Anthology of Poetry, Verse and Artwork for the Modern Era Pagan

Edited by Morganne de Raven

Call for Submissions 

The Temple of Witchcraft is seeking submissions for an anthology of poetry, verse, and black and white artwork. We are seeking poetry and verse appropriate for either personal or group use in celebration, gatherings, or ritual in various pagan traditions, including but not limited to: Witchcraft, Wicca, Shamanism, Druidry, Asatru, or other earth-based religion, to inspire, enlighten, and to entertain those of the Pagan community as well as others seeking a greater view of the Universe.

The Purpose of this volume of work is as a fundraiser for the Temple of Witchcraft, and all proceeds shall be donated to the Temple.

Submissions should be written in a clear style, emphasising the personal nature and relationship in their Craft, of celebration, nature, the Deity, or as a focus of rituals, celebration of the Turning of the Wheel of the Year, Sabbats, Esbats, or other gatherings.

Not all submissions will be used for publication. Authors will be notified of the status of their submissions in a timely manner. All accepted submissions will be edited by Morganne de Raven for size, style, spelling, and grammar, but all changes will be accepted by authors before publication. Also include with your submission, a short biography of less then 75 words about yourself for our contributors' page. Contributors are welcome to submit multiple poems for publication. 

All submissions are for a fund-raising volume, and at this time we cannot offer royalties or advances. All profits go towards the Temple of Witchcraft, a not-for-profit religious organisation recognised by the State of New Hampshire.

Submissions are due by 31 December 2012. 

Please e-mail all submissions to: Morganne de Raven

Please feel free to encourage others you may know that may like to contribute to send their submissions also to the above e-mail address. 

In Love and Light, Morganne de Raven


The Temple of Witchcraft is a nonprofit charitable religious organization based in the State of New Hampshire. Co-founded by Christopher Penczak, Steve Kenson, and Adam Sartwell, the Temple started in 1998 as a system of magickal training and personal development, and eventually developed into a formal tradition of Witchcraft.

Now, as an outgrowth of the work of students, initiates, and graduates of the programs, the Temple of Witchcraft has evolved into an organization based on traditions of modern magick, Witchcraft, and neopaganism. The work of the Temple is both other-worldly and terrestrial, seeking to strengthen the connections between spirit and matter through inner transformation and public service.

The Temple of Witchcraft’s goal on an individual level is to awaken the potential of the human soul to its natural gifts of psychic awareness, communion with nature and the spirits, and magick. Each individual seeks to live a magickal life. Through these awakenings, we seek an expansion of consciousness through the alignment of our souls with Love, Will, and Wisdom to further the Great Work.

On a greater scale, we seek the restoration, maintenance, and evolution of humanity to the Garden of the Gods, the cooperative consciousness where all things are in harmony and community. Our myths define this awareness as the First Garden, known as Avalon, Hesperides, Zep Tepi, Shamballa, Lemuria, even Eden. We manifest this vision through both our inner workings and service to the greater community. By these actions, we plant the seeds and tend the garden of Witchcraft culture, tradition and community.

For more information about the Temple, explore our site, look over the Site Map, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page, or read Temple Founder Christopher Penczak’s essay “Why Witchcraft?”


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