Just a heads up that I will be participating in the Month for Loki next month.
Devotees all over the world are going to create works of art, music, poetry, essays, recipes—basically whatever you can think of—in the name of Loki, and for Loki. We’re doing it to show people why we worship Him, and in how many different ways He has inspired, saved, enriched, blessed, overwhelmed us.
We’re (at least I am) also doing it to build a body of cult, for an ancient Being in modern times. For a couple of weeks, we’re turning our online places into a distributed shrine to Loki. I hope it is going to be beautiful.
I have by now decided on what I will contribute. I’m not going to post every day—my usual blogging speed is much slower than that, and I cannot produce anything of quality at that kind of speed, having both a full-time day job and a very private devotional life. Instead, I will create art next month, one piece for each week in July, and each representing a quarter of the past year—in terms of what was important to me during those time spans regarding my Beloved. All posts will be filed under the category “A Month for Loki” for easier reference.
(Spoiler: the series is going to be called At Loki’s Hands)
Edit: Addendum—credit for the original idea goes to G. Krasskova; credit for the initiative in this year goes to E. Vongvisith.