Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Terence P Ward, author of the new Empty Cauldrons.
I set out to write a book about depression, and what surprised me most is how easy it was to find people with firsthand experience to interview. Knowing from personal experience how difficult it can be to discuss what it's like to live through depression, I dreaded trying to find anyone willing to talk about what it's like. Writing only from my own perspective felt unnatural to me as a journalist, and I wanted to test my understanding by talking with others—those who know depression personally, and professionals trained in addressing it. What I found was a pool of generous souls, each
February 12, 2022—12pmCT
Join us for our next Llewellyn Virtual Author Forum! This bi-monthly series of free online roundtable events will feature your favorite Llewellyn authors discussing topics important to you and answering your questions.
Our next in the series, on Celtic Paganism & Witchcraft, will feature Welsh Witchcraft author Mhara Starling; Cerridwen author Kristoffer Hughes; Dedicant, Devotee, Priest author Stephanie Woodfield; and The Mythic Moons of Avalon author Jhenah Telyndur talking about Celtic Paganism and Witchcraft and more, and ask them your questions!
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We look forward to seeing you
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Debra DeAngelo, author of The Elements of Horse Spirit the new Pagan Curious.
It all began with some very curious friends, sitting around a table at the monthly tarot gathering I host. Most of them arrived there via my massage practice, where their curiosity was first piqued. I had a bookshelf in my office, filled with tarot decks and books, and my lovely massage peeps seemed drawn to that bookshelf. They'd point to a book or deck, and ask, "What's that about?" I'd tell them a bit about tarot and why I love it, but I'd carefully phrase it in a way that wouldn't make a non-Pagan run away screaming like their hair's on fire.
None of them
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Phoenix LeFae, author of What Is Remembered Lives, Walking in Beauty, Life Ritualized, and the new Witches, Heretics & Warrior Women.
Witchcraft and the practice of magick are a source of power. When we harness this power, it can transform our lives. In the modern world, we spend a ridiculous amount of time looking outside of ourselves and placing judgment on our own lives. We get caught up in the standards of others, and this leads to forgetting how truly powerful and important we are. Rather than looking at others' social media accounts, curated photos, and perfectly worded posts, be the Witch you want to see in the world.