January was a busy month here at The Pagan & the Pen. Thanks to our writers who worked really hard bringing us on-Theme and off-Theme articles! And a HUGE thank you to our readers who stopped by, commented, dropped a Tweet, and or read them.
If you want to know who will be blogging in February, about the 5th, I will have it listed here: Who’s Blogging When? Calendar
So what’s going on for February?
The Pagan & the Pen will be adding ‘Pagan’ Non-Fiction writers to it’s team. That means if you ARE a Pagan and write non-fiction of ANY kind….and would like to join us, then we would LOVE to have you. Please contact C.H. Scarlett at :
belovedisis (at) directv (dot) net
Don’t forget to grab 2010 February Desktop Wallpaper Calendar
THEMES, THEMES, THEMES!!!!!!!
If you follow us on Twitter, then you know I sent out a tweet asking our Followers (whom we proudly follow back) to send in their requests of Themes for upcoming months. Which means, if you haven’t done so already, you can DIRECT MESSAGE us anytime or drop a comment here tossing us an idea of what YOU want to read.
We usually do ‘ first come first serve.’ However, when I sent the tweet, in a quick two seconds flat, we received a unique request from soulsprite asking that we base a theme on Urban Paganism. (Everyone else who sent in requests, don’t worry, we will be doing yours too!)
So for February, think…. ‘Pagan in the City.’
Since so many Pagans do not live in country areas, but rather apartment buildings, neighborhoods, and where being a Pagan may not be easy to keep from wandering eyes, we hope to dedicate this month to the issues you may have to deal with under these circumstances.
We also have two new people joining us this month!
Marie Dees– a fabulous Pagan Author that we are excited about!
Megan—I don’t have this lady’s bio up yet but Megan is a spiritual feminist and will be posting things on Women Empowerment, Women Issues and so forth!
We say good-bye to Kelley Heckart in being our
But alas, we still have her as an author for Pagan & Pen. *winks*
We welcome, however, a new Artist:
Bryn Colvin was NICE enough to do the interview and I truly think she got down to who he is. So check it out!
Some of our authors have announcements this month:
Red Tides of Desire – lesbian erotica with pagan undertones – releases at www.loveyoudivine.com on the 12th of February
Rie McGaha is still trucking but you can catch her here on the 4th, and Valentine’s Day.
Christopher C. Newman will have a new book going to print called: The Scandalous Tale of Agnes Biggenbotten". Eternal Press (date unknown)
Our very first Pagan Artist of the Month Tom Brown has opened The Moth Festival here on WordPress. Tom is not an author for P&P, but since he is one of our favorite artists, we continue to stalk him, and what he’s doing! *wink*
The Pagan & the Pen still needs more reviewers! Our book lists are growing and so are our followers. If you are interested, please check out Request a Review and drop us an email.
Ok, that’s it so far!!!!! Thank you again for everyone who enjoys the articles and says so,….and to everyone who has spread the word. Now fingers crossed that we will keep you entertained this month!!!!!