The annual COVR (Coalition of Visionary Retailers) awards have been announced. 8 Llewellyn titles won 2020 COVR Awards:
The Language of Tarot, by Jeannie Reed (Divination Books Category; GOLD MEDAL WINNER)
Born Under a Good Sign, by Kristy Robinett (Divination Books Category; SILVER MEDAL WINNER)
Tarot Correspondences, by T. Susan Chang (Divination Books Category; BRONZE MEDAL WINNER)
Wisdom of Souls, by The Newton Institute (Reincarnation, Death & Dying Books Category; GOLD MEDAL WINNER)
Sew Witchy, by Raechel Henderson (Visionary Non-Fiction Books Category; SILVER MEDAL WINNER)
Good Juju, by Najah Lightfoot (Wicca, Witchcraft & Magic Books Category; GOLD MEDAL
Join Us for the Inaugural LlewellynCon, a Full Week of Free Virtual Author Talks, Giveaways, and More!
June 12, 2020 - June 19, 2020
Llewellyn has a long history with conventions, most notably our Gnosticon festivals held in the 1970s. At the present time, with travel and in-person events not able to be held, we wanted to connect our authors, readers, store owners, and libraries—all across the globe! This year, even while apart, we can all be Together Under the Moon.
Join us for the inaugural LlewellynCon, an entire week's worth of virtual talks, presentations, and Q&As with some of your favorite authors! Visit our LlewellynCon 2020 Event Page to view the full
Vote now for 12 Llewellyn titles for 2020 COVR Awards!
Born Under a Good Sign, by Kristy Robinett (Divination Books Category)
Tarot Correspondences, by T. Susan Chang (Divination Books Category)
The Language of Tarot, by Jeannie Reed (Divination Books Category)
Llewellyn's Little Book of Unicorns, by Angela A. Wix (Personal Growth/Self-Help Category)
Wisdom of Souls, by The Newton Institute (Reincarnation, Death & Dying Category)
Sew Witchy, by Raechel Henderson (Visionary Non-Fiction Category)
Honoring Your Ancestors, by Mallorie Vaudoise (Wicca, Witchcraft & Magick Category)
The Little Book of Cat Magic, by Deborah Blake (Wicca, Witchcraft & Magick
Today we sadly mark the passing of Noel Jan Tyl, who authored more than 30 books on astrology and related topics. His first book, The Horoscope Identity, was published by Llewellyn 46 years ago and led to a long-standing friendship with Carl Llewellyn Weschke. The two became neighbors in St. Paul, MN during the 1970s, and he helped Carl at book fairs and conferences. Carl had many great anecdotal stories about their time together.
Tyl was a towering figure, not only in stature but in the field of astrology. His 12-book series The Principles and Practice of Astrology were a fundamental resource to the study of astrology. What many people do not know is that Noel was also a classical opera