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PantheaCon here we come!

This post was written by Brandi Palechek
on February 16, 2011 | Comments (6)

Once again Llewellyn will be representin’ at one of the most popular Pagan gatherings in North America!

Whether you are flying out to San Jose to join us for the West Coast Pagan love fest or aren’t able to attend in person, we have some groovy ways for everyone to participate in all the action at PantheaCon.

Llewellyn’s 110th Anniversary Author Fair

To celebrate our 110th year of independent metaphysical publishing, Llewellyn will be hosting a very special author event at PantheaCon this year. Meet Llewellyn authors Mary K. Greer, Amber K, Azrael Arynn K, John Michael Greer, Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, Tess Whitehurst, Lon Milo DuQuette, Donald Michael Kraig, Deborah Blake, Alaric Albertsson, Melanie Marquis, Ruth Barrett and Jhenah Telyndru as they introduce their latest and forthcoming Llewellyn books. Guests will have the opportunity to share ideas, questions, and suggestions with Llewellyn staff during the celebration. Join us for mini-readings, book signings, light refreshments, prize drawings and more!

We’re Bringing PantheaCon to You

If you aren’t able to attend PantheaCon in person this year you will still be able to share in the festivities because we’re bringing PantheaCon to you!

Facebook / Twitter Contests

On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday we’ll be will be giving away signed copies of¬†books written by each of the Llewellyn authors attending PantheaCon this year.

To win, you’ll need to be the first person to correctly tweet back or post the answer a trivia question regarding¬†Llewellyn’s 110 year history, our authors, or the specific book we are giving away.

Hint: You’ll be able to get all the answers to our trivia questions by¬†browsing through information easily found on Llewellyn.com.


Exciting news! We’re going live from PantheaCon this year!

USTREAM is a website that utilizes video streaming and social media websites to connect celebrities, musicians, authors, publishers, and individuals via live broadcasts sent out to people all around the world.

Join us LIVE via USTREAM throughout the weekend for “Llewellyn Author Chat” to pose your questions and interact with Llewellyn authors attending PantheaCon.

We are still finalizing all the details for this weekend¬†so be sure to follow us on¬†Twitter as¬†@LlewellynBooks and¬†“Like” us on¬†Facebook to keep up with all the latest Llewellyn and¬†PantheaCon happenings!

Reader Comments

Written By Donald Michael Kraig
on February 16th, 2011 @ 6:12 pm

I’m looking forward to being there and seeing everyone! If people have questions of specific authors, they might post them here and then Brandi can have us answer them for your.

Written By AstroHerbalist
on February 16th, 2011 @ 7:14 pm

Brandi, that is fantastic news indeed! Since I cannot make it this year, I hope to “tune in” as well! HI to all attending, hope your PantheaCon visit is GREAT this year! (Love the hippie van picture by the way hehe)!!

Written By shirley
on February 16th, 2011 @ 10:11 pm

Can’t make it, but LOVE the VW. Is that a ’64?

Written By Lon Milo DuQuette
on February 17th, 2011 @ 12:31 am

Donald and I are driving up together from Southern California … something I look forward to every year. Brandi will be interviewing me so if you have any questions or comments please post them here. If you’re coming to PCon please come to my talk on Saturday at 1:30 in the Fir Room. And come to the Llewellyn meet the authors on Sunday.

Written By Blackbird "BB"
on February 17th, 2011 @ 2:46 am

Sounds fun,
Is the Mystery machine with two flat back tires really the best image we could use here? Blessings, Bb.

Written By Brandi Palechek
on February 17th, 2011 @ 6:15 am

Actually, that isn’t the mystery machine and it doesn’t have two flat back tires. The dash of the car from which the picture was taken is blocking the view so you don’t see them in the picture.

Yes, we do feel the image used is appropriate. Why wouldn’t it be?

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