Spero Publishing is a new company,founded in 2010.
We are looking for illustrators. Spero currently has a backlog of books needing illustrations before they can be published. It is preferred that we work with artists who have a website whose address can be sent to the above g-mail address…but, if your work is really what we are looking for, we’ll take it on blocks cut from a cave wall.
At Spero Publishing we believe that there should be an easier way to get quality writing published. Pagan owned and operated, we enjoy publishing products that may be overlooked by larger companies or mainstream media.
Among an increasing number of other products, we currently are excited to be offering our "A Child's Eye View" series, where we offer easy to understand books on a variety of religions and other spiritual topics.
We are also enthusiastic about our new devotional series in which we help our readers better connect to Deities from around the world.
By Alan Leddon
Published: September 20, 2011 by
A guide for Pagans, Neo-Pagans, and Heathens to the relevance of the Bear Cult to modern life and religious practice. The book traces the remnants of the Paleo-lithic Bear Cult through 50 well known mythological figures and shows how it can make our modern spiritual and physical lives better. It includes a unique solar ritual with many variations.
By Alan Leddon
Published: January 6, 2012 by
Written for the 8-13 age group, this step by step manual introduces children to the safe practice of Magick. This isn't deception, illusion, or sleight of hand; this is the spiritual practice of refining oneself while creating changes that conform to one's needs. This introduction is not just for kids - Pagan and Heathen parents, and serious students of the Occult arts will also find it useful.
With 24 pictures (representing 12 varieties of merpeople from around the world), this coloring book talks briefly about the myths that inspired each image. Learn about the merpeople from the myths of Africa, Australia, the British Isles, Eastern Europe, New Zealand, and Scandinavia in this pages!
Permission is granted to reproduce the pages for personal use.
Written in the style of a legal brief, this short work introduces and re-interprets some of the key points in the mythology of the Norse people. Loki, the Trickster of Norse myth, gets a little of his own back once more.
The old faith of Ireland comes alive once more. In these pages, learn the history and mythology of the Emerald Isle – from the last Ice Age, The Four Invasions, and on through to the Troubles. Fear the Fomorians and the Fir Bolg; and thrill to the adventures of the Old Gods and Goddesses. Written for children age 8 to 13, this book is an easy read for busy adults as well.
Based on the extant mythology, this short book written in the style of a legal brief covers the grievances of Medusa - once the most beautiful woman in all of Greece - against the Goddess Athena, whom Medusa alleges assaulted and mutilated her!