PaganArchy Press is all about bringing quality books to the reader who likes a touch of magic in their reading material. Although we have company status for tax purposes, we are a collective of real people who vet submissions through a selection committee and edit meticulously to maintain professional quality of all selections.
We will be growing quickly in the next few months with four titles currently under review or edit to add to our current catalogue of titles and expect many more to come.
We publish in the Print-On-Demand and E-book markets to make our titles easily available to readers at minimal cost. We are currently printing hard copy through Lulu.com and expanding our E-book presence so that all of our titles will become available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other major retailers in all formats, including PDF.
We are also author-centric in our royalty percentages and do everything we can to support our authors and treat them fairly. Our ethics are high and our philosophy resonates with Co-Operative, Fair Trade and Green issues. We are the people. We are you, and our purpose is to provide reading material that transcends the corporate formulae yet keeps the high standards of professional quality in both content and format of the books we provide for your reading pleasure.
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A beginner's book of Voodoo.
It is this desire to know the Lwa that brings us to the Cross-Roads and Papa Legba who opens the Gate for us. Once on the other side we find ourselves standing at the Great Cosmic Mirror.
The Dionysian Spirit
By Seán Fitton
Published: September 6, 2012 by
For many people Dionysos is an obscure Greek god of wine and theatre. For others he is so much more.
Liber Malorum: The Children of the Apple
Liber Malorum is an extraordinary serpent of a journey that weaves into the kaotic underbelly of civilisation. It spins through the myths and legends of an eclectic mix of 23 authors into a dangerous anti-authoritarian tapestry of spell-binding proportions.
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