SAGA is an annual anthology of the most innovative articles published in the area of myth and ritual studies by the most outstanding thinkers in the field. This is the compelling sequel to the popular first volume in this series of best new writings on mythology. The only regularly appearing anthology in the field of myth and ritual studies, Volume 2 of SAGA brings together new writings on myth and ritual from leading authors such as Carlos Castaneda, Thomas Moore, Sam Keen, James Hillman, James Redfield and others, exploring the connections between psychology, myth, religion, ritual and storytelling, including: *
Linda Leonard on "Spirit Animal Guides" *
Michael Ventura on "Rats from a Sinking Ship" *
Carolyn Myss on "The Fairy Tale Ending" *
and Jean Houston on "Mystic Possibilities." SAGA appeals to readers of popular psychology and spirituality and is closely related to the work of Joseph Campbell, Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Thomas Moore, Marion Woodman and James Hillman, and will be well received by readers of Robert Bly, James Redfield and Neale Donald Walsch.