Please feel free to visit my blog for my take on Goddess Spirituality, feminism, some poetry and whatever else strikes my fancy.
Official Blog: https://mysticalshores.wordpress.com/blog
“My Name is Isis”
I am contributer to this anthology which is available via Inanna’s Ascent.
“CELEBRATING SEASONS OF THE GODDESS BY MAGO PUBLICATION – I AM HONORED TO BE A PART OF THIS WONDERFUL ANTHOLOGY:
Pagan Pages is a monthly online Pagan magazine where you can find my columns. My page is located at: PaganPages.org
Articles/Rituals such as my “Goddess Isis Ritual” can be found at my page at Motherhouse of the Goddess located at: The Motherhouse of the Goddess
SageWoman Magazine, Issue #88 – Serenity sagewoman.com
There is, perhaps, no more powerful archetype of female resistance than Lilith. As women across the globe rise up against the patriarchy, Lilith stands beside them, misogyny’s original challenger. This anthology—a chorus of voices hitting chords of defiance, liberation, anger and joy—reclaims the goodness of women bold enough to hold tight to their essence. Through poetry, prose, incantation, prayer and imagery, women from all walks of life invite you to join them in the revolutionary act of claiming their place—of reclaiming themselves. Purchase here: Original Resistance.
Whatever Works is a unique collection of writing by feminists of diverse faiths from around the world. This anthology combines personal essays, poems and academic musings with the goal of sparking conversations among women of all faith backgrounds. Religion plays a key role in defining and maintaining value systems, and yet it is often disregarded within feminism itself. This book shares the stories of highly diverse women with the hope that we can find collective solutions to the global problems that plague women and girls living under patriarchy. Edited by Trista Hendren and Pat Daly, with a preface by Dr. Amina Wadud. Purchase here: Whatever Works
Jesus, Mohammed and the Goddess
Over 35 International contributors reflect on finding Goddess within (and without) Christianity and Islam.
Edited by Trista Hendren, Pat Daly and Noor-un-nisa Gretasdottir. Purchase here: Jesus, Muhammad and the Goddess
She Rises: How Goddess Feminism, Activism, and Spirituality? is a proud sister book to She Rises: Why Goddess Feminism, Activism, and Spirituality? Inheriting the legacy of Volume 1, this book continues to interweave the warp (the theme of the book) and the weft (our stories). What we present in this book is a tapestry collectively interwoven by the twenty-first century Goddessians/Magoists. As many as ninety-six contributors from around the world have provided captivating motifs in prose, poetry, research, and/or art. It can be purchased here: She Rises: How Goddess Feminism, Activism, and Spirituality?