Redefining the Sacred publishes books on religion as well as cultural issues having to do with religion. It covers the history of religion, comparative study, archaeology and related topics.
This imprint publishes both non-fiction and ‘faction’. We are happy to look at ideas that describe the lives of mythical characters in everyday language. We do not require that these are closely tied either to the original myths or to recorded history.
For non-fiction, however, we require a high standard of accuracy. References should be provided where appropriate in the text and a keyword list will be needed to develop an index. A glossary may also me required, where less well-known terminology is used.
This is not an academic imprint but a popular one; writing should be engaging and not obscure, excessively technical or academic.