So hey! A few of us got together and decided to make a thing of beauty–a nice, thick, hunky volume of Loki Lore! We are seeking both general and scholastic writing, fiction, poems, artwork, recipes, rituals, and craft tips. Length from one to ten pages. Just don’t send something with footnotes or we’ll send it […]

via Loki’s Torch Seeking Submissions! — LadyOfTheLake

Note: I’m on the publication crew for the above, and since “Lucky LaFey” (aka Loki) is a character in the second book, The Witching Work of the Guild of Ornamental Hermits, I thought I’d post this request for submissions here too. 


Save a Mountain, Read a Book

This “showcase” of the first five chapters of The Dire Deeds of the Guild of Ornamental Hermits is available through in print or PDF form. Since this book is set on the “Big Island” of Hawai’i, it is appropriate to give back to Hawaiian causes. Aside from restoration of their Kingdom government and sovereignty, there is no cause more emotionally, culturally,  and spiritually important to the Kanaka Maoli (native Hawaiians) than the preservation of their sacred spaces, particularly Mauna Kea.

Therefore, the entire $3.00 profit from each copy sold (either print or PDF) will be donated to the KAHEA Mauna Kea Legal Defense Fund.

Dire Deeds of the Guild of Ornamental Hermits V.I.

By Amy Marsh, EdD, DHS, CH, CI, ACS

44 pages, published 3/7/2019

Showcasing the first 5 chapters of a tale of mid-life magic. A ragtag bunch of artists and musicians learn mystic arts and team up with Elves as they resist interdimensional baddies, a giant salamander, and the usual real estate developers. Set in the lava land of Puna in the “not too distant future” of a renewed Hawaiian Kingdom. The lead characters are trans and intersex, and many others are LGB and queer. The $3.00 profit from each copy…
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Thank you so much for supporting this cause, as well as my career as a fantasy fiction author.

Mahalo nui loa! (A big thank you!)