Tonight, in just a few hours, I record the last podcast in the publicity push for A Witch’s Guide to Crafting A Practice. That will be the last of eleven podcasts total (whew!), all of which were a lot of fun. Last night I finished the second of my two participations in the Changing Times, […]
The Wheel Podcast
A lovely conversation I had with Hazel and Jenny, of Kent, UK, just broadcast. I think you’ll enjoy listening. Spoke 112 of The Wheel.
Guest Blog Post
Llewellyn asked me to write a blog post . . . so I did. I think y’all might like it. Witches and the Moon.
Mysteries & Monsters podcast
I was a guest on this delightful podcast. I think you’ll enjoy hearing me natter on.
Article: On the Nature of Tools in Witchcraft
Llewellyn Worldwide chose to publish an article I wrote, “On the Nature of Tools in Witchcraft.” You can see it here: https://www.llewellyn.com/journal/article/3050 Part of preparing for my retirement involved storing my decades-old altar and traveling for an extended period. A box of incense with a flat ceramic holder tucked in the corner stood in for […]
My first podcast!
A few weeks ago I sat down with the effervescent and wise Patti Negri, The Witch of Hollywood, for her podcast, The Witching Hour. It was my first time (although I’d done a couple of radio interviews waaaaay back when The Virtual Pagan published). It was a ton of fun, and I think we shared […]
ev0ke (I did an interview!)
An interview I did with ev0ke magazine just went live. Please head on over and see what I’m talking about now.
Talking about the Foundation
I had a lovely time speaking at LlewellynCon last week. So many excellent questions after my talk, and people seemed to vibe with what I was saying. If you’d like to watch it, here’s a link to their youtube channel. My talk focused on five principles for creating a spiritual practice that you know is […]
I’m super excited to tell you that I am one of many fantastic presenters at this year’s LlewellynCon! With forty presenters over ten days, and it’s FREE. You can’t beat that, folks. There are a number of talks that look particularly interesting — Duriel’s Listening to Anger and Guilt, Mortellus’ Deities of Death, Bowmani’s Sweep […]