M.A. Phillips has written and published various stories and novels about contemporary Pagans featuring elements of magical realism, romance, bonds, and environmentalism.
Mythology, folk magic, and the environment inspire M. A. Phillips’ other creative passion – fiber art. She has shared and sold various creations over the years, including One of a Kind (OoaK) fabric art dolls for display or spiritual work.
Having embraced a polytheistic path, M. A. Phillips studies Irish mythology and folklore. She completed her Dedicant Path with ADF in 2009, and is a founding member of Northern Rivers Grove, ADF.
- Witch Lit Wednesday: The Moon, The Stars, and Madame BurovaHonestly, I should describe this novel as “Witch Lit Adjacent” since the titular character is Romani and not a practicing Pagan or Witch, however she has a talent many ofContinue reading “Witch Lit Wednesday: The Moon, The Stars, and Madame Burova”
- “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” – The Book I Needed After My Grandmother’s DeathAt the end of January, my grandma passed away. She was my last living grandparent, and probably the one I was closest to if I’m honest. My maternal grandfather passedContinue reading ““Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” – The Book I Needed After My Grandmother’s Death”
- Witch Lit Wednesday: Looking Ahead to UndiscoveredOne of my goals in the New Year is to revive my attempts at Witch Lit Wednesdays. I’d like to post, at least once a month, anything having to doContinue reading “Witch Lit Wednesday: Looking Ahead to Undiscovered”