I’ve set myself the goal of 52 books this year, but I don’t know if I am going to read as many as that. Not that it matters, because this is about the joy of reading, not the quantity. And I’m very happy to have started the year with The Old Ways by Robert Macfarlane, as it’s a really beautiful book.Continue reading
Month: January 2021
Everything you think you know about Wicca is wrong
This blogpost was inspired by this conversation on Twitter:
The snark quotient of this post may be dangerously high — you’re strongly advised to put your snark goggles on, because I have a snark hammer and I am not afraid to use it.Continue reading
If your coven is inclusive, say so
Recently I was contacted by someone from the USA looking for an inclusive coven. Having ascertained what state they’re in, we started trawling through the coven listings on Mandragora Magika. It’s hard to figure out from the listings which covens are inclusive.Continue reading
New map of the landscape of gender
Intrepid explorers have discovered new towns and villages on the landscape of gender. The continent of Xenogender and Neogender has been discovered. The villages of Theyby (mapped by the cartographer as Theybes, owing to influence from the Greek geographer Strabo), Enby, and Thonthwaite have been established near Much Genderqueer in the Marsh.
Our intrepid cartographer was unable to map the Cave of Trans Men, as it was near the Secret Volcano Base. She was also unable to locate the underwater lair of the Gendercrits, as they keep moving it.
There may be other villages yet to be discovered or established, and Xenogenderia and Neogenderia are still being explored. The suburbs of Transgender-am-Berg, St Demiboy and St Demigirl, are applying for municipal status.Continue reading
Queer Magic Interviews
I’m doing a series of interviews with queer magical practitioners. So far there are three published: River Enodian, Fire Lyte, and Misha Magdalene.
Coming soon: Enfys Book, Cassandra Snow, Soli, Julian Vayne, and more. Subscribe to my YouTube channel so as not to miss them.Continue reading
Queer Pagan Books List 2021
An update on my 2020 post, my 2018 post and my 2015 post. Please add your recommendations in the comments.
I have organized the list by author and added topic tags; if you prefer a list by topic, have a look at my 2018 post. This year I have added twenty new books to the list (some are classics that were not on the list before, but most are recently published books).
And I made a YouTube video about some of the Queer Pagan books in my collection.Continue reading