The Pagan Librarian

Saturday, February 26, 2005

Physical Pagan Libraries

I noticed that a search for "pagan library" provides mostly booklists and bibliographies--there are very few physical Pagan libraries that I have been able to find.

I stumbled upon the New Alexandria Library and Resource Center, located in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. Their website seems to show their latest activity in January of 2004. I'll see if these folks are still going.

I know that my own chuch, Church of the Spiral Tree, has its own Pagan Library. They offer services to all church members, and have quite an eclectic collection, based on the donations of church members.

The Lancaster University Pagan Society has its own library as well, available to members.

PagaNet, Inc., located in Virginia has a library available to sponsors. You can view their catalog here.

If you know of any other physical library collections by or for Pagans, please let me know!

2 Comments:

  • Hi! I recently started a mail-order pagan library that will someday have a permanent home in Broward Florida. The web address is:
    http://www.seaoak.net/il.html

    Not much up yet, I'm finishing up the database for the books so I can install a mini-search engine on the site. Feel free to wait and link when that's up and running. :)

    By Blogger Folks call me Lore, at 1:06 AM  

  • Netflix for Pagan books: www.paganbooksforfree.com

    By Blogger Astral, at 11:52 PM  

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