A shout out for Anaphora Press

Being who I am and my interests being what they are, it warms the cockles of my heart to see a new publisher of Orthodox Christian materials making a go at it. Do give a look at Anaphora Press to see what they’re doing and trying to do, and also check out their Nativity promotion.


2 Responses to “A shout out for Anaphora Press”

  1. 1 Macrina Lewis 10 December 2008 at 6:20 pm

    Hey, a shout back to you. Thanks so much for the link. Man, I could get lost here for a long, long time. But today my main responsibility is getting my house ready for a visit from our bishop. Woo hoo!! Thanks so much for the support for Anaphora Press. We are hanging on for the ride and enjoying it a lot. I will be back to peruse at my leisure later on.

    In Christ,

  2. 2 Andrew 11 December 2008 at 6:19 pm

    Looks very good. Thank you for sharing!

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