I prefer to face the outside seating area when I go to the cafe. It doesn’t matter whether I am alone or am with someone; I rather look over the people seated and into the treetops, than to watch the people walking in and out.
People-watching is almost a writer’s trait, so I can’t help…
Gah. This got me in the feelers a little bit, after having recently hugged a number of friends good-bye who I won’t be seeing for nine months. I’m looking forward to hugging them hello.
Matt Walsh’s blog post about the suicide of Robin Williams is really, horribly, outrageously awful. From the generally demonizing language he uses to describe the act of suicide and therefore, by extension, the people who commit suicide, all the way to the words “joy is the only thing that…
In which I have thoughts about the way a popular blogger speaks about depression and suicide. :p
Call for submissions for Columbia: A Devotional for the Spirits of America, edited by Literata. Submissions open 1 May 2014 and close 1 February 2015, with a projected release date of May 2015. Sub…
Once again my pagany/writery peeps! More open calls for submissions — you should check it out! There are other open calls on their website as well you might find interesting: one for Sekhmet, one for Mars and Aries, and one for Apollo.
So go check out ye all who do the pagan thing and the writer thing. It’s a good place.
Call For Writers Seeking Submissions for a new Anthology by Megalith Books/Immanion Press. Finding the Masculine in Goddess’ Spiral: Men in Ritual, Community and Service to the Goddess.
Pagany writerly folk! Check it out! Pass it around!
On the internet and in the news media, unfortunately, one will come across the completely whacked-out idea that heathenry has something to do with racism. (I’m part Native American, so, I would not…
I would love to see a longer, more in-depth analysis of the dynamics between the different deity groups in Norse mythology and the potential connection one could make between those dynamics and people’s understanding of race in our world, the fact that race is a construction, the way race relations have evolved over time, in different parts of the world, different socio-economic settings…I’m curious how one might explore the way people can apply these broader issues to the mythology and what would come of that, if anything at all. Might that sort of analysis be a thing which exists?