Voices from the Grain - Ostara 2013

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A compilation of men writers, this edition being about Ostara.
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About Patrick McCleary

Patrick is a Pagan father of two wonderful daughters, hence why he is PaganDad. He runs the blog PaganDad and moderates the blogs The Pagan Household as well as the Pagan Village, the go to place for Pagan families to network on the web.

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Review by: David H. Keith on March 23, 2013 :
Although not exactly what I'd envisioned it to be, I still found it interesting, particularly the opening essay. I had thought it would be more of an explanation of Ostara from the Pagan perspective, intended more for the nonpagan audience; instead, it's really just Pagan to Pagan. That's well and good, mind, just not what I'd thought it would be.

The book is nevertheless easy to read and well-written. I especially appreciated the Works Cited section of Everson's essay - very professionally written. I didn't fact-check it, so I cannot speak to the accuracy, but his taking the time to include the thing smacks of a high degree of scholarship and I thank him for that.

If the reader already knows the significance of Ostara, I think this will be a nice reminder; however, I wonder just how valuable the nonPagan reader will find it.

David H. Keith
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Review by: Erick McCormick on March 20, 2013 :
Very well written. A good interesting read.
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