A Witch's AshramSinging In Christmas
Niki talks about the challenges of participating in Christmas and how she is managing the holiday this year.
A Sense of PlaceThe Logic of Disenchantment
In the 1700's, something was spawned from the countryside of England, and it's disenchanting the world.
Pagan FamiliesPicture Books for Pagan Families: Winter Solstice
Meg Yardley shares picture books to read at Winter Solstice.
Agora/Wyrd WordsWyrd Words: Conservative Pagans
Two weeks ago, I wrote a comedic story about a rather bizarre indecent that happened to me at work. "Tea Party Paganism" got a lot more attention than I had expected, and I got a LOT of feedback. The real point of the article was supposed to be an amusing story about being outed at work, but not all of our readers saw it that way. The thing I kept hearing was “I'm a conservative Pagan, and my views count too!”
Wild GardenWinter Holidays, Interfaith Memories
My childhood memories from the winter holidays are a mix of Chanukah and Christmas. Join me as I walk down memory lane for a moment and let me know in the comments what your favorite memories are from the Winter holidays!