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Kindle the fire in my deep well

Kindle the fire in my deep well, lady, being the light in the midst of the dark, healing the old wounds, the deep ones, the scarred ones, believing in life in the middle of winter. Kindle the fire in my … Continue reading

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Just published! Unto Herself: A Devotional Anthology for Independent Goddesses

Please join me in celebrating the publication of Unto Herself: A Devotional Anthology for Independent Goddesses, edited by Ashley Horn. It has essays, rituals, and poetry on a wide range of goddesses, including Neith, Artemis, the Morrigan, and my own … Continue reading

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“Ravening” now at EHS; time off; blessed Litha!

The summer solstice issue of Pagan ezine Eternal Haunted Summer is up. My poem Ravening appears in it along with a lot of other great material. Check it out! This poem came about in the wake of the ritual to … Continue reading

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Mandragora is out!

I just got my contributor’s copy of Scarlet Imprint’s new anthology of esoteric verse and essays, Mandragora. It’s gorgeous, and on first glance it looks like the work of some of the other poets and writers makes the content live … Continue reading

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Waiting for the bus: A hymn to the landbase of my youth

This time of year, the pine trees do the Great Rite so exuberantly that the streets are paved with gold and my nose runs until I feel utterly zero desire for anything besides a tissue, and I remember… When I … Continue reading

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Just published! Queen of the Sacred Way

Please join me in celebrating the publication of Queen of the Sacred Way: A Devotional Anthology in Honor of Persephone edited by Melitta Benu. It contains essays, rituals, and poems, including my poem Seeking Persephone. Melitta has done an excellent … Continue reading

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From the trenches of the war on women

If in some aching dreams you too could pace sleepless with the choice we find ourselves in, and hear the fear and loathing we will face as people tell us aught we do is sin; If you could feel, with … Continue reading

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