Each Thursday, I share three things that are on my mind, inspiring me, or informing me as a Druid and a writer. Hope you enjoy! My Newsletter I’m starting off with a bit of shameless self-promotion. My first newsletter will go out into the wide world this weekend! It will feature information about my debutContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Newsletters, Poetry, and Deities”
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Three Things Thursday: Uncomfortable Conversations, Black Witch Resources, and a Call for Submissions
It’s Thursday, which means I have three things to share with you. Three Things Thursday is becoming my way of highlighting people and causes in Druidry, Polytheism, and the overall Pagan community. I have some new content about my own life, spiritual practice, and writing to share with you next week, but I’m going toContinue reading “Three Things Thursday: Uncomfortable Conversations, Black Witch Resources, and a Call for Submissions”
Hot of the Press!
Issue 2 of Stone, Root, and Bone came out today! I haven’t finished reading my contributor’s issue, but my friends, it is gorgeous! When I got to my story, “Through the Brambles,” the image of the deer above brought tears to my eyes. You see, one of my closest spirit allies is the white tailedContinue reading “Hot of the Press!”
Upcoming Short Story
I was so proud to be part of the inaugural issue of Stone, Root, and Bone. I’m thrilled to have the honor again for issue two! I’m humbled to once more join a community of talented authors and artists to create a powerful publication for polytheists. Based on what I see from Hagstone Publishing, issueContinue reading “Upcoming Short Story”
“Lemon Balm Tea” to be Published in Stone, Root, and Bone Issue 1
I tweeted this a few weeks ago, but I really should share it here, too! I’m proud to post that my short story, “Lemon Balm Tea,” is going to be published in issue 1 of the new eZine Stone, Root, and Bone! Shannon has struggled with public speaking since she was a girl in school.Continue reading ““Lemon Balm Tea” to be Published in Stone, Root, and Bone Issue 1″
I was in high school when I started to seriously study and practice any form of Paganism. I was solitary except for a few experiments with an equally curious friend. I didn’t meet any other Pagans in person until college. The introductory books did not prepare me for the diversity in our community. IContinue reading “Perceptions”
Who are the Gods? What are the Gods?
Meeting with and talking with people who think and feel differently, both online and in person, always makes me stop and consider my own perspectives. Spiritual growth doesn’t just happen in the Other World or in your heart – it also happens in your mind, in dialog, in your relations with others. I mentioned myContinue reading “Who are the Gods? What are the Gods?”