Just a note today, from Dver, over at A forest Door. Dver, for those unfamiliar with her, is a spirit-worker on the margins of Hellenic polytheism and a fellow blogger who focusses mostly on Dionysos, Hermes, and Hekate withing the Hellenic pantheon. It seems she is in the middle of writing 'Komos: Celebrating Festivals in Contemporary Hellenic Polytheism', and it has occurred to her that she might like to include some experiences and/or ideas from other Hellenic polytheists to balance her own.

So, I am spreading the call: if you identify as Hellenic Polytheistic in any form and have either adapted an ancient festival or have created and entirely new one, and if you are willing to have it included in this book, please e-mail Dver a brief (one or two paragraphs) description of what it was about, why you did it, how you celebrated it, etc. She is looking for festivals that have actually been implemented, not just theoretical ideas.

Please note that at this point, this is just a preliminary possibility. She is not sure if she will definitely go ahead with it. It depends in large part on the submissions received and the way the book takes shape as a whole. And if she does, she is not sure if she wants to quote people in full or just incorporate the ideas. Either way, if she uses your submission, you will be given credit by whatever name you want.

So if you are interested, send her that e-mail, alright? And see you tomorrow!