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A personal, Digressive, irreverent (but Reverent) primer on Neopaganism|
What Sort Of Pagan Does That?
Author: Neil Rhind
Category: General Paganism Level: All
A personal, Digressive, irreverent (but Reverent) primer on Neopaganism, written from the perspective of a homebrew-metaphysics Druid and keen celebrant in one of the largest pseudopagan Fire Festivals in the world. Published as a kindle ebook for only £1, with a paperback edition available due to popular, and frankly unexpected, demand.
Initial purchasers have said things like "a friendly and witty sense of humor", and "light-hearted, without playing for laughs; it is personal, without being voyeuristic; and it is, frankly, a damn good read." Non-pagans have apparently learned something. Pagans are just as likely to learn something, but probably only some irrelevant trivia that has nothing to do with Paganism. Like the unexpected similarities between Mel Gibson and Sinead O'Connor.
In 138 pages, the author draws on very, very extensive reading and far more limited experience to describe the shape of modern Paganism. To quote the back of the book:
"Dr Neil Rhind holds a PhD from Edinburgh University, and has published papers in the Scottish Literary Review, The International Review of Scottish Studies, and the International Journal of Scottish Literature.
None of this qualifies him to write the present work, as it has nothing to do with Scottish Literature. He only mentions it now because he's crippled with insecurity.
Yes, that is his crotch on the front cover."
Author's Notes: Dr Neil Rhind holds a PhD from Edinburgh University, and has published papers in the Scottish Literary Review, The International Review of Scottish Studies, and the International Journal of Scottish Literature. A member of ADF and OBOD, he is also an active performer, organiser and former trustee of Edinburgh's Beltane Fire Society, and has lectured on Pagan Calendar customs at Edinburgh University.
Where To Buy: Both ebook (£1) and Paperback (£5) editions are available from Amazon.
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