Man of many hats Noel Tyl has published countless books on astrology. Of course, he can cook, too, and his over-exaggerations and clever word-fun invite us all to enjoy the preparation of enjoyable meals for two, almost all within 25 minutes.
Magic is part of daily living for practitioners of the Craft. Dorothy Morrison, author of the Everyday Magic series, explains how Witchcraft has changed and grown over the years (and how it can continue to do so as you integrate it into your daily life).
Raymond Buckland has been involved in metaphysics for decades, and is considered to be one of the most important authors in Wiccan literature today. Here, the author of Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft discusses his views on the Craft, his books, and the future.
Author and astrologer Maria Shaw is breaking new ground in the New Age market for teens. Her book, Maria Shaw’s Star Gazer, is a primer for teens who want to find out more about themselves using time-tested New Age techniques, including astrology, palmistry, the tarot, numerology, and more. Here Maria discusses writing for teens, and how to help them discover and develop their own intuitiveness.
To grieve properly, we’ve been told, we need to “let go” of the loved ones who’ve passed away. “This is absolutely ridiculous,” says Patrick Mathews, medium and author of Never Say Goodbye. Patrick has a decidedly different approach. He contends that the bond we share with others never dies, even after they have passed over. Here Patrick talks with us about his experience as a medium and shares some comforting, and humorous, thoughts about the afterlife.
Author Konstantinos has written five titles for Llewellyn, including Nocturnal Witchcraft and Gothic Grimoire. What is the Paganism about which he writes? Do you find yourself more aware (and maybe even more magical) at night? Here Konstaninos chats with us about what it means to be a Dark Neopagan, approach stereotypes of all kinds, and what may be in the works for his next book.