Upcoming work

This Sunday

B. T. Newberg

Myth and science married – is this union doomed to go the way of the Kardashians?  B. T. Newberg reflects on what it takes to make this marriage work.

Saving the marriage of science and myth, by B. T. Newberg

Appearing Sunday, December 11th, on Humanistic Paganism.

 

Thing on Thursday

Althing in Session, by W. G. Collingwood

This will be our final Thing on Thursday.  We’ll conclude by asking: What have you valued most from Humanistic Paganism?

Join us for the next council on matters vital to the future of Humanistic Paganism.

The conversation continues this Thursday, December 15th, on Humanistic Paganism.

Next Sunday: Ebook Double Feature

Love and the Ghosts of Mount Kinabalu, by B. T. Newberg

Introducing a new ebook from B. T. Newberg!  This collection of creative nonfiction stories set in Malaysia has already received a glowing review from Southeast Asia Travel Advice.  We’ll bring you the inside scoop on this exciting new ebook on sale now at GoodReads!

Love and the Ghosts of Mount Kinabalu, by B. T. Newberg

Appearing Sunday, December 18th, on Humanistic Paganism.

Drew Jacob

Drew takes a break from his travels in Thailand to review our first ebook, Encounters in Nature.  An e-reader friendly version is now on sale at GoodReads, but you can get your copy FREE!  To find out how, click here.

Encounters in Nature: An ebook review, by Drew Jacob

Appearing Sunday, December 18th, on Humanistic Paganism.

Winterviews

The big event is just around the corner!  You’re gonna love these winter interviews of big-name authors!

Starts on the Solstice, December 21st.

Recent Work

Existential Paganism, by Ian Edwards

Naturalistic meaning and purpose, by Jon Cleland Host

Deities as role models, by Eli Effinger-Weintraub

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2 Comments on “Upcoming work

  1. Not up on your pop culture? You’re not missing much. ;-P

    I was referring to Kim Kardashian, whose reality-show search for a husband earned her millions, but who is now divorced already.

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