(Readers: this is Part Three of a 3-part article. Click on these links for Part One and Part Two.)
This brings us up to books that have just released this month or the last couple months. Hot off the presses. Go find them in your local bookstores!
Faery Craft – the ultimate gift for anyone who loves faery art, faery fiction, and of course, faery reality. This book offers everything from a wealth of tips to communicating with faeries to a full treatment of the faery-loving lifestyle, including festivals, magazines, and more. There are great interviews with writers like Charles de Lint, artists like Brian and Wendy Froud, musicians like S.J. Tucker, and the book is crammed
October 8: Editor's Note: Thanks to all who entered, and congratulations to our winners! All 25 winners have been notified via email. If you're one of the lucky 25, please respond via email with your full mailing address by Friday, October 12, 2012 (sadly, if we don't receive mailing information by that time we will need to select a new lucky winner). Thanks again, and congrats!
We're doing it again! Llewellyn is giving away signed, uncut press sheets from one of our breathtaking tarot decks!
That's right! We're giving away 25 uncut, press sheets from the Witches Tarot, numbered and signed by creator Ellen Dugan and artist Mark Evans!
Ellen Dugan and Mark Evans will be at the
When looking at new tarot decks, do you have a favorite card that you always check out first? I have several. One is Temperance. I love the Temperance card in the Witches Tarot, including Ellen's comments.
The Greek goddess of the rainbow, Iris, faces forward and stands at the edge of the water, her golden wings outstretched. Her sheer white gown has a golden triangle on the bodice, which signifies balance and creativity. Her gown flows softly around her, and one of Iris's feet is on land while the other dips in the water. Neither on shore nor in the water, she is in an enchanted location where she is in both worlds--an in-between place.
In Iris's hands are two different goblets,