A quick check-in

Hello wonderful Pagan Families readers!  It’s been a while since we’ve posted anything new here, but we haven’t forgotten you.  The editorial team has just been preoccupied with things like a vacation, a cross-country move, and new writing projects.

We do have a couple of great posts in the queue, nearly ready to post, but waiting for some final input from various people.  If you make a submission, don’t be surprised if we ask you for a little revision.  We’re not trying to be mean — we’re trying to polish your post until it shines!

In the meantime, I’ve been sharing some links and quotes at our FaceBook page, where we’re now up to more than 200 “likes”!  Here’s one quote I shared there that a lot of people liked:

“I have the idea that we grandmothers are meant to play the part of protective witches; we must watch over younger women, children, community, and also, why not?, this mistreated planet, the victim of such unrelenting desecration. I would like to fly on a broomstick and dance in the moonlight with other pagan witches in the forest, invoking earth forces and howling demons.” – Isabel Allende, from Paula

About Sarah Whedon

Sarah Whedon is founding editor of Pagan Families, the author of Birth on the Labyrinth Path: Sacred Embodiment in the Childbearing Year, and former Chair of the Department of Theology and Religious History at Cherry Hill Seminary. Sarah’s teaching, research, and advocacy work center around topics of spirituality, feminism, and reproduction. She makes her home in the Boston area with her partner and their children.


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