What are you looking for in 2011? What books do you think will help your progress, or are you pursuing an interest that does not lend itself to book learning? Are you shifting gears, deciding to read more romance novels, or buckling down to hit the textbooks?
This may be one of my shortest blog posts ever, but bear with me. I realized today while proofing some copy on “celebrating the sabbats” that I am more used to seeing the word sabbat capitalized – as in, “celebrating the Sabbats.” I asked one of our trusted Llewellyn editors what she thought, and she […]
Man, do I love working in the warehouse! This summer when orders for our calendars and datebooks were coming in fast and furious, our warehouse manager Chuck asked the rest of the Llewellyn staff if any of us wanted to be trained in to pitch in a few days to deal with the rush. Of […]
Tomorrow is the Autumn Equinox, a time we seek balance in our lives as we stand at the threshold between the light half of the year and the dark half, and a time to appreciate the harvest â€“ reaping whatever we have sown this year. Today I give thanks for my wonderful job here at […]
So, I’m reading Ann Moura’s amazing new manuscript. Yes, it’s been a while since this Green Witch author wrote a new book for us, but it’s turned out to have been well worth the wait. This is the most serious book on all types of Esbat magick that I’ve read since working here. (And sorry, […]
On Friday I took some time to proof our upcoming Winter 2010 catalog copy. I’m getting really excited for some of the releases, especially Through the Faerie Glass: A Look at the Realm of Unseen and Enchanted BeingsÂ by bard extraordinaire, Kenny Klein. The cover is gorgeous – a bewitching Faerie Queen with rich, jewel-tone wings. […]