The writer, the witch, the poet

The year of Elevation: Big Things are Happening

The year of Elevation: Big Things are Happening

Feb 22, 2015

The year of 2015 has started off with a big bang. Lots of things are going on, and it is going to be a year of transformation and the completion of projects. The biggest thing I am working toward is the completion of graduate school and walking the stage to get my Masters in Social Work after six and a half years of continuous college. The release of the...

Bringing Race to the Table Audio Recording

Bringing Race to the Table Audio Recording

Feb 22, 2015

At PantheaCon 2015, the Bringing the Race to the Table panel was recorded and has been put on T. Thorn Coyle’s Elemental Castings Podcast. I am very grateful to her and to Thorn for having this recorded and for offering this recording to the community. Bringing Race to the Table Panel, PantheaCon...

Understanding what Racism looks like and its Impact on POC

Understanding what Racism looks like and its Impact on POC

Feb 21, 2015

After the recent issues that came out at this year’s PantheaCon convention, I have seen thread after thread asking the same questions of POC. It seems that people are trying to conceptualize the reality that POC are faced with racism within the Pagan community, and this challenge is intensified by the lack of collective understanding of what racism...

PantheaCon 2015 Schedule

PantheaCon 2015 Schedule

Feb 3, 2015

This year is going to be a busy and fun year of great workshops. I am often asked which ones I will be participating in, so I thought I would post my official PantheaCon 2015 schedule. Hope to see everyone there!! Friday: 1:30 – The Good, The Bad, And the Blogging – Patheos Panel in the Caramel/Monterey rooms   Saturday: 1:30 – Turning the...

My Fourth Initiation: Spiraling Up From Pain to Priestess

My Fourth Initiation: Spiraling Up From Pain to Priestess

Jan 28, 2015

I was initiated into my third degree in 2008. I don’t know if I was more happy to get the initiation or to be able to finally stop going through the trials that a degree systems brings to your front door; or so I thought. Either way, it was a turning point in my life, it was the result of a lot of hard work and one of the first times I chose to study something...