Crossing the River: An Anthology in Honor of Sacred Journeys

Crossing the River is published!


Our stories are filled with journeys. Sometimes, though, we neglect the possibility that in our travels we will cross an important boundary, and we may never be the same again.

Crossing the River is an anthology of poems, myths, and tales that take the reader on many different kinds of journeys: travels in the company of deities, visits to other worlds, explorations within oneself, voyages with the dead (or back from death), and other excursions that lead to transformation. These are paths that challenge us and even change us along the way, for returning may not be as simple as retracing our steps.

Where will your journey take you? And who will you be when you return?

Read more, and find information on purchasing, at the Neos Alexandria page.

I would like to thank all the contributors who made Crossing the River possible. It has been a joy to work with you to bring this book into being.

Rebecca Buchanan and the production team at Bibliotheca Alexandria did an amazing job from start to finish. The print copy looks great, and I’m excited to see the ebook edition come out in the next week or so.

Happy New Year!


About Literata

Literata is a Wiccan priestess and writer. She edited Crossing the River: An Anthology in Honor of Sacred Journeys, and her poetry, rituals, and nonfiction have appeared in works such as Mandragora, Unto Herself, and Anointed as well as multiple periodicals. Literata has presented rituals and workshops at Sacred Space conference, Fertile Ground Gathering, and other mid-Atlantic venues. Literata offers healing and divination services as well as customized life-cycle rituals. She is currently completing her doctoral dissertation in history with the support of her husband and four cats.
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3 Responses to Crossing the River: An Anthology in Honor of Sacred Journeys

  1. Congratulations!!! 😀

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