I posted this in the Hellenic Recons forum too, but I thought I'd post it here as well 'cause NeosAlexandria is combination of the Kemetic religion and the Hellenic religion too.

NeosAlexandria, a Greco-Egyptian recon group, one Sannion is a part of, have released a new book on Dionysus, the first of many books they plan on releasing on the Gods they worship (which includes the Kemetic Gods too).

From here:

It is with a great deal of pride that I am finally and happily able to
announce that the first volume in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina has been
completed and is available for purchase!

Written in Wine is a devotional anthology dedicated to Dionysos, the
god of wine, vegetation, religious ecstasy, personal liberation, and
the mysteries of life. With almost sixty pieces by over thirty
contributors from every segment of the Hellenic polytheist community
(as well as folks who do not identify as such) it is truly exhaustive
in its portrayal of the different ways that people understand and
relate to this complex and powerful deity today. Within these pages
you will find original artwork, poetry, essays, fiction, scholarly
translations, personal accounts of experiences with the god and even a
play! In their very different ways each of our authors show that
Dionysos is alive and still deeply touching our lives today.

Written in Wine can be purchased from our online store by visiting the
following link:

http://www.createspace.com/3334423

Shortly it will also be available through Amazon.com and able to be
ordered through your local retail book chain but we encourage you to
purchase it through our website since that will give the Bibliotheca
Alexandrina a higher portion of the royalties without changing the
price for you the consumer.

Why does that matter?

Because all of the proceeds from Written in Wine as well as the
other volumes in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina series will be used to
help promote the revival of the worship of the Greek and Egyptian
gods.

50% of the royalties will be used to put on Neos Alexandria's 4-day
religious gathering in 2009.
25% of the proceeds will be used to bring out further devotional
volumes for other Greek and Egyptian gods through the Bibliotheca
Alexandrina.
And the remaining 25% of the proceeds will be given to a worthy
charitable organization in the name of the gods of Greece and Egypt.

So, not only will you be getting a wonderful book about the modern
worship of Dionysos but your money will be going to do good work and
help the revival of ancient polytheistic religions.

We are rebuilding the Library of Alexandria one book at a time!

***
Written in Wine: A Devotional Anthology for Dionysos
By the Editorial Board of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Price: $17.99
Publication Date: Jan 29 2008
ISBN/EAN13: 1434836738 / 9781434836731
Page Count: 220
Binding Type: US Trade Paper
Trim Size: 5.5"x8.5"
http://www.createspace.com/3334423

Table of Contents

A Note on Style
Introduction by Sannion
The Satyr of New Orleans by Sannion
Dionysos the Revealer by Samantha Frye
Lenaia by Sarah Kate Istra Winter
Love for Dionysos by Suz Thackston
Catch Me If You Can by Hector Lugo
Hail the Twice Born by Diotima Sophia
The Paths to Dionysos by Sannion
Orphic Hymn 30 Translation by Adam P. Forrest
For Dionysus by Raphaeline Williams
Freedom From Ourselves: Dionysos' Greatest Gift by Syna
Dancing with Dionysos by Samantha Frye
What It Means To Be a Maenad by Sarah Kate Istra Winter
Dionysos Rising by Charles M. Peckman Jr.
Dionysus Knows His Lady by Allyson Szabo
Dion and I: The Dance So Far by S. A. Victory
Six Poems by Cara Schulz
Dionysos From an Apollonian Perspective by Samantha Frye
An Echo, a Plea by Larissa Bernardes
How to Worship Like a Greek by Nuri
What It's Like Right Now by Lysiodoros (Adam P. Forrest)
Shamanism in Nonnus' Dionysiaca by Ron Newbold
For Dionysos by Renee Rhodes
Labyrinth of Mirrors by Michael Routery
Dionysos on Skyros by Tim Ward
To Dionysos the Bull by Samantha Frye
Libation by Diotima Sophia
Song for Dionysos-Zagreus by Blue Starthief
Loam by Venecia Rauls
Dionysos & Oracular Madness by M. Isidora Forrest & Adam P. Forrest
Ecstasy by Moonlight by Sannion
Dionysus, Plead by Larissa Bernardes
Dancing and Dreaming with Dionysos: A Personal Devotional Journey by the
Rev. Dr. Phillip A. Bernhardt-House
Labyrinth by Venecia Rauls
The Fool by Amanda S. Blake
Black Leopard by Rebecca Buchanan
Eyes Like the Fruit of the Vine by Hector Lugo
Diamente for Dionysos by Laura LaVoie
Dionysus by Amanda S. Blake
Dionysus Sees Her by Allyson Szabo
The City Dionysia: a Trilogy in Four Parts by Evanne Floyd
To Dionysos by Hearthstone
To Dionysos II by Hearthstone
The Mystery of Meilikhios and Bakkhios by Sannion
Dionysos of the Vine by Samantha Frye
Dionysus by Diotima Sophia
Culture from Counter-Culture: Dionysian Drama and Hellenism by Jeremy J. Baer
Homeric Hymn #7 Translated by Karen McCollam
Dionysus by Rebecca Buchanan
Ariadne by Samantha Frye
Dionysos and Dionysias by Ivan Richmond
Arakhneiad by Sannion
Orphic Hymn 52 Translation by Adam P. Forrest
Lesser-Known Dionysian Festivals by John H. Wells
Lampteria by Sarah Kate Istra Winter
To Bright-Eyed Dionysos by Samantha Frye
Dionysos: Intuition and Paradox by Venecia Rauls
Future Perfect by Nuri
Come Dionysus by Theokleia
After the Revel by Sannion
Glossary of Important Terms
Bibliography
About the Bibliotheca Alexandrina
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Yours in the Gods,
Sannion

Neos Alexandria:
http://www.neosalexandria.org

"The Light of Alexandria will never fade"
Personally, I'd like to get this, even though I'm not a Dionysus worshipper, as well as the other books they are planning on getting (I hope they put one out on Ereshkigal too, who's a part, or going to be part, of the group of Gods they worship).

It really sounds quite cool what the group is doing, they seem to be getting really busy and getting themselves organised and even offline (as Sannion's message said, they're planning a religious gathering/festival for 2009).

It sounds quite cool, IMO, and I'd love to one day visit one of their gatherings.

I know some of you probably aren't that interested in Dionysus but I thought some of you might be interested 'cause NeosAlexandria does worship Kemetic Gods too, and combines and adopts certain Kemetic concepts (which was done in historical times, as this is a reconstruction of the Greco-Egyptian religion), such as the concept of divine kingship, etc (although NeosAlexandria don't have a divine king like Kemetic Orthodox, it did play an important role in Greco-Egypt in ancient times).

Hope you like this .