Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Call for Submissions - Ride, Warrior, Ride: An Epona Devotional

Post date: Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Deadline: 1 September 2012

As one of the few Celtic goddesses also worshiped by the Romans, Epona is more than a goddess of horses and of sovereignty. She’s the divine manifestation of every horse loving little girl who grew up to be a strong, proud woman who still prefers to do “horse chores” rather than house chores. We’re looking for essays detailing work with Epona, the way equine energy manifests magickal workings, how horses help us tap our inner warrior energy, how horses give us strength to heal, and information on other lesser known horse goddesses.

Submit your essay in .doc/.docx/.rtf format to submissions(a) Please specify that the essay is for our Epona devotional.

Note: Works above 10,000 words are welcome, but may be considered separately for our The Jupiter Papers program.

We are also considering an additional anthology detailing the role horses play in our healing, so if your essay doesn’t specifically fit the Epona or warrior theme of this one, but does discuss how horses helped you heal from mental or physical illness, or how horses help you deal with chronic illness, please send your essay for consideration.

To be published November 15, 2012 in both ebook and paperback formats

Length: Up to 10,000 words

Payment: An initial payment of $10 and a split of royalties paid at our regular royalty rate. Contributors receive one free electronic copy and are also welcome to purchase copies at wholesale pricing.


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