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Mythopoeic Nostalgia Sale from the Mythopoeic Press, HOLIDAY VERSIONPosted on December 16, 2020
by Lynn Maudlin
As we experience ongoing Mythopoeic nostalgia, waiting for our delayed Mythcon 51 (the new dates are July 30 - August 2, 2021), the Mythopoeic Press has announced its special sale for the holidays...
Each month or two through May 31, 2021, we will select one of our backlisted titles to go on sale when purchased through our website at our Mythopoeic Press page. For the Holidays, we feature TWO titles:
The Intersection of Fantasy and Native America: From H. P. Lovecraft to Leslie Marmon Silko, edited by Amy H. Sturgis and David D. Oberhelman - 25% off, total $14.95 (normally $19.95 on our website and $23.00 from Amazon.com).
The Masques of Amen House by Charles Williams, edited by David Bratman (our upcoming Scholar GOH for Mythcon 51!) -- 25% off, total $12.00 (normally $16.00 on our website and Amazon.com).
Archive of The Horn of Rohan (MythSoc blog, 2010-2012)
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