I am thrilled to announce that as of today, Atheopaganism: An Earth-Honoring Path Rooted in Science is available for order in print and e-book formats!
Atheopaganism is a handy guide to the path: the science background, the values, the Principles, the Sabbaths, crafting rituals, building a Focus, etc.
The book has global distribution and can be ordered from any independent bookseller. The ISBN numbers are 978-0-578-57198-0 for the e-book and 978-0-578-57197-3 for the print version.
Please don’t buy it from Amazon, which is a horrible company—I had no choice about having it included in their catalog. (I’m not sure where you can download the epub version other than at Amazon, however—I guess at Apple, which is another horrible company). If you can’t order from a local bookstore, please do so from Barnes & Noble.
There are so many to thank for the achievement of this milestone: Atheopaganism Patrons; my own circle of magical Pagans, Dark Sun; the many friends both in physical presence and online who have encouraged me and the project; John Halstead, who wrote the foreword; Arwen Gwyneth, who did an incredible job with the page layout; my partner Nemea and many, many more.
But here, most of all I want to thank you, reader. Without the interest in this blog and path, the book could never have come into being.
Atheopaganism went from being a personal path to one with more than 1,500 practitioners in the space of only a few short years. I see the availability of this book as a necessary and important step towards our path being both more widely visible and more accepted in Pagan and atheist circles.
I’m even starting to imagine a second book, about living the Atheopagan life!
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Note: This essay was originally published at Atheopaganism and is copyrighted. It has been published here with the explicit permission of the author.
About the Author
Mark Green is a writer, thinker, poet, musician and costuming geek who works in the public interest sector, primarily in environmental policy and ecological conservation. He lives in Sonoma County on California’s North Coast with his wife Nemea and Miri, the Cat of Foulness. For more information on Atheopaganism, visit Atheopaganism.wordpress.com, or the Facebook group at facebook.com/groups/godlessheathens.21.