Writings

In which I talk about rather a lot of writing–past, present…and sooner or later, I’ll get around to the future.

Coming soon: My book of Earth rituals is now in process–Earth Works: Ceremonies for a Changing Planet–published by Smith Bridge Press.

Available from Asphodel Press, this little devotional includes my “Rituals as The Serpent Uncoils”, a praise-song to Inanna, in exchange for rain.  You can order it through their website at www.asphodelpress.com


I’m part of the stable of writers for Hoodoo and Conjure Quarterly, available through Amazon or through the publisher Planet Voodoo. Here are more places to find my writings:

Witches and Pagans Blog
Pagan and Foodies Blog

About the Old Rockola 

Review of “Christmas Presence”

Baba Yaga in the Sacred Landscape     The most controversial piece I’ve done so far for Xpress.  Several letter writers took exception to my notions of rootlessness and culture.  I reckon the idea struck a little close to home!

A Season of Lights

Harvard – Nelda Holder writes about my Harvard gig

Enka Lake

Losing the War on Terra  — one of my Earth Day rants

I’m From Here


Plays:

I began my writing life as a playwright and have several scripts available.  These plays have been produced and the rough edges smoothed out.  Some are original and some are adaptations of folklore and world literature.  They include 

  • The Odyssey
  • Beowulf
  • MotherSongs: the Story of Witchcraft from the Paleolithic to the Present
  • The Burning Times: a Study of the Continuing Inquisition
  • Carolina Folk Tales: Haints and Boogers
  • The Blue Bird (an adaptation of the Maeterlinck classic)
  • Three Sisters (an adaptation of Chekhov’s work)
  • Moby-Dick
  • Leviticus: the Fifth Book of Moses

Essays and Articles:

Books:

  • Which Witch is Which by Patricia Telesco (Essay on Mixed-Gender Dianic Wicca)
  • Women’s Voices in Magic, edited by Brandy Williams  “Cove Witches and Curanderas”
  • Christmas Presence, edited by Celia Miles and Nancy Dillingham.  “Getting the Tree Story”
  • Clothes Lines, edited by Celia Miles and Nancy Dillingham. “Boots”
  • Birthed from Scorched Hearts: Women Respond to War, edited by MariJo Moore. “The Daughters of Boudicca”

More to come on these bits and bobs–
lectures / panel discussions / guest lecturer / Sacra Ephesia and the Lerner Book Tribe / Starting Your Own Book Tribe