Four Upcoming Publications

Arcana CoverArcana: the Tarot Poetry Anthology  

Edited by Marjorie Jensen, Introduction by Mary K. Greer

Minor Arcana Press, August 26, 2015

Available at the Minor Arcana Press website

Arcana: The Tarot Poetry Anthology is a diverse collection of 78 poems, including original verse and new translations by over 50 contemporary writers and Tarot readers. International contributors include Rachel Pollack, CAConrad, Tanya Joyce, Tony Barnstone, Cecilia Llompart, Sierra Nelson, Shloka Shankar, and Enrique Enriquez. The cover and interior art is by Siolo Thompson (creator of the Linestrider Tarot). For more information about the book, visit

The Essential Guide to PossessionThe Essential Guide to Possession, Dispossession, and Divine Relationships by Diana Paxson


Launched on Presidents’ Day weekend at PantheaCon in San Jose. The official Weiser Books publication date is March.




Doreen Valiente Witch“Doreen Valiente Witch” –  the official biography by Philip Heselton will be published on Monday 22nd February 2016.

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Philip Heselton’s personal biographical account of the life of Doreen Valiente, described by Professor Ronald Hutton as “the greatest single female figure in the modern British history of witchcraft”. Author Philip Heselton draws on first hand testimony and Doreen’s own personal papers to reveal previously unknown details of her life with fascinating and sometimes startling insights. Adding to the still-emerging story of how an underground cult, described by some as Britain’s only living indigenous religion, became a worldwide spiritual movement in the course of a few decades. While Gerald Brosseau Gardner is credited with breathing life into modern witchcraft, it was his High Priestess Doreen Valiente who made it truly accessible to the wider world.

The Other Side of the RiverThe Other Side of  the River: Stories of Women, Water and the World

Eila Kundrie Carrico


Part memoir, part manifesto, part travelogue and part love letter to myth and ecology, The Other Side of the River is an intricately woven tale of finding your flow… and your roots.

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