It’s almost the Winter Solstice – the shortest day of the year, after which the sun is figuratively “reborn.” This year, HP is having a little rebirth of its own.
We promise you won’t be bored this winter, because HP is bringing you some big names!
Introducing… HP Winterviews!
What’s HP Winterviews?
They’re winter interviews (get it?).
In our recent Thing on Thursday polls, you identified some of our best allies and asked for more interviews with them. Well, guess what – we’ve done just that!
We’ve been busy interviewing movers and shakers in the worlds of Spiritual Naturalism, Paganism, and Humanism. Check out who we’ve got in store for you…
Here’s who we’ve got lined up:
- Chris Steadman, atheist-interfaith activist and mind behind Nonprophet Status (audio interview)
- Brendan Myers, philosopher and author of The Other Side of Virtue, A Pagan Testament, and other works (print interview)
- Glenys Livingstone, innovator of the naturalistic PaGaian movement and author of Pagaian Cosmology (print interview)
- Reverend Michael J. Dangler, Senior Druid of Three Cranes Grove (audio interview)
- Ursula Goodenough, author of The Sacred Depths of Nature (book excerpt)
- Chet Raymo, author of When God Is Gone, Everything Is Holy (article)
It all starts on the Winter Solstice (Dec. 21st), and continues through January. You won’t want to miss it!
eBook coming up
As if that author list weren’t enough, we’re also crafting a new ebook just for you.
Year One: A Year of Humanistic Paganism
This ebook assembles in one convenient place selections from HP’s first year.
New to HP? This ebook will be perfect for you. Old veteran? There will be exclusive new material too!
Projected release: Winter Solstice – December 21st.
By the way, the previously announced ebook, Our Ancient Future: Visions of Humanistic Paganism, is turning up some interesting research. However, it appears it’s going to take a lot longer to achieve a truly superior product. Look for it in the coming year!
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