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Setting the Record Straight

Thank You, S.F. Bay! First, I would like to thank everyone who showed up for my workshops at Ancient Ways in Oakland, CA, this last weekend. I’d also like to thank shop owner Glenn Turner for her hospitality and friendship, as well as nods to Marilee, Michael, and everyone else at the shop. If you’re […]

Author news round-up

So much has been happening this summer, it’s hard to keep up! But I wanted to share some good news and a few links regarding some of the authors I work with. First of all, the big news was that one of my favorite witchy authors here, Deborah Blake, won the COVR award (that’s Coalition […]

Spotlight on Walpurgis Night

Witches and Wiccans around the Northern Hemisphere are gearing up for Beltane, or May Day, this coming Sunday. Falling on Beltane Eve is a holiday called Walpurgis Night, which has long been regarded as the time witches would gather on a rocky mountain in Germany known as the Brocken. While Walpurgis and Beltane have similar timing […]

James and the Witches

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Donald Tyson, author of a number of books, including the new Demonology of King James I. King James the Sixth of Scotland, who later went on to become King James the First of England, was a singularly unlovable man. He could barely walk due to rickets in […]

Why Practical Protection Magick is Needed

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Ellen Dugan, author of Autumn Equinox, Book of Witchery, Cottage Witchery, Elements of Witchcraft, The Enchanted Cat, Garden Witch’s Herbal, Garden Witchery, Herb Magic for Beginners, How to Enchant a Man, Natural Witchery, and the new Practical Protection Magick. Hello Llewellyn Blog Readers! I have been asked […]

What will you be reading in 2011?

What are you looking for in 2011? What books do you think will help your progress, or are you pursuing an interest that does not lend itself to book learning? Are you shifting gears, deciding to read more romance novels, or buckling down to hit the textbooks?

Pagan/Wiccan Gift Guide 2010

Yule is quickly approaching, and let’s face it – shopping for presents can be yucky! Receiving presents can be yucky, too, when they’re just not right for you and you feel bad that the gift giver wasted their money on something that you’ll never use. To lower the yuck factor all around, here are some […]

I am nothing like Christine O’Donnell

I thought I could let the whole Christine O’Donnell dabble-gate blow over without comment. But then the candidate from Delaware released a new political ad in which she says, “I am not a witch. I’m nothing you’ve heard. I’m you.” Oh, dear Christine, you are so not me. Unlike you, I believe in evolution, I […]

“And So, It Begins…”

The title of this post comes from a statement by Ambassador Kosh from the TV show, Babylon 5. It was one of the best science fiction shows ever (well, the first 4 seasons were) dealing with issues of the nature of good and evil, order and chaos, and the eternal repetition and cycles of the […]

Witchcraft on a Shoestring

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Deborah Blake, author of Circle, Coven & Grove; Everyday Witch A to Z; Everyday Witch A to Z Spellbook; The Goddess Is in the Details; and the new Witchcraft On a Shoestring. Every book has its own origins. I wrote my first one—Circle, Coven & Grove: A […]