Green Egg Omelette: An Anthology of Art and Articles from the Legendary Pagan Journal by Oberon Zell-Ravenheart Online

Green Egg Omelette: An Anthology of Art and Articles from the Legendary Pagan Journal
Title : Green Egg Omelette: An Anthology of Art and Articles from the Legendary Pagan Journal
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ISBN : 9781601630469
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 286

As acknowledged in every history of modern Paganism, the articles, poetry, art, and letters published in Green Egg over the past four decades informed, inspired, and shaped the emerging Pagan community into the fastest-growing religious movement in the English-speaking world. This richly illustrated anthology of favorite writings and artwork from those legendary issues opeAs acknowledged in every history of modern Paganism, the articles, poetry, art, and letters published in Green Egg over the past four decades informed, inspired, and shaped the emerging Pagan community into the fastest-growing religious movement in the English-speaking world. This richly illustrated anthology of favorite writings and artwork from those legendary issues opens a window into the birth, infancy, and adolescence of a transformative cultural revolution that is now, in the 21st century, entering its maturity. Selections from 40 years of Green Egg include articles from numerous contributors, including Antero Ali, Isaac Bonewits, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Darryl Cherny, Phyllis Curott, LaSara Firefox, Ed Fitch, Jesse Wolf Hardin, Anodea Judith, Ralph Metzner, Diana Paxson, Starhawk, and Robert Anton Wilson.


Green Egg Omelette: An Anthology of Art and Articles from the Legendary Pagan Journal Reviews

  • Patricia

    A wonderful collection of articles, poems, songs, and editorial comics from the annals of Green Egg Magazine. Green Egg remains the longest running, and most well-known Pagan publication in the world. This collection is a God/Goddess-send to those seeking advice, guidance, knowledge, perspective from elders, or humor.

  • Happydog

    I gave this book four stars not necessarily because of literary value, , but because it has immense historical value. Green Egg was the first and foremost Pagan magazine for many years, whose articles and always-active letters column fostered both controversy and a sense of community. As was usual for Green Egg, articles range from thoughtful, beautiful meditations on the gods and goddesses to completely wrong-headed mooncalfery. Which is exactly how the magazine was. Due to the Internet's perva [...]

  • Bad Tim

    A fascinating look at the history of modern paganism with some truly fascinating and entertaining articles. I especially liked 'Panganism: The Next Gereration' and several of the fiction entries. Some of the nonficiton was scary in its militant attitude, but I suppose that level of aggression was needed to break thru the christian establishment. It's interesting to see how attitudes and priorities have changed in 30 years. It's also a good reminder of the groundbreaking work done by early member [...]