The writer, the witch, the poet

My Hair Doesn’t Get Longer, It Gets Tighter: A Symbol of My Path

My Hair Doesn’t Get Longer, It Gets Tighter: A Symbol of My Path

Apr 29, 2014

My path is a continuous evolution of unwinding spirals, leading to a place that is still unknown and yet very magical. My hair is often a metaphor for my life in that I am not sure how I will be by the end of the day, but it is certain that it will be different than I started. I have come to understand that my life is not getting less complicated, just like my...

Privilege and Racialist Paganism Talks at Pantheacon

Privilege and Racialist Paganism Talks at Pantheacon

Apr 3, 2014

PantheaCon is one of the best formats for having broader community conversations that are important to the culture of what is happening around us. I have seen big festivals like this contribute to the direction and tone of Pagan culture, and so it could be very important for us to seize these moments in positive ways. I was honored to be on one of those panel...

50 Years Ago: Honoring the Healing of Four Little Girls in Birmingham

50 Years Ago: Honoring the Healing of Four Little Girls in Birmingham

Sep 17, 2013

“These children — unoffending, innocent, and beautiful — were the victims of one of the most vicious and tragic crimes ever perpetrated against humanity.” – Martin Luther King Jr.   “On Birmingham Sunday a noise shook the ground. And all over the hearth turned around. For no one recalled a more cowardly sound. And the choir kept singing of...