The Changing Paths challenge for May 2023. Feel free to skip a day or post something different from the topic of the day, but if you do the whole thing, I think you’ll arrive at a new perspective on your path.Continue reading
Guest appearance on Missing Witches
I had the great pleasure of being interviewed on the Missing Witches podcast recently and they’ve just released the episode.Continue reading
Changing Paths is released in paperback
Available wherever books are sold online.Continue reading
Changing Paths on Kindle and Kobo
Changing Paths (the Kindle edition) is now available for pre-order!
The Kobo edition of Changing Paths is now live:
Kobo USA 🇺🇸
Kobo Canada 🇨🇦
Kobo UK 🇬🇧
Stay tuned for the paperback announcement.
Changing Paths is published by 1000Volt Press and will be available as a paperback on April 11, 2023.
Changing Paths book launch
Changing Paths will be published by 1000 Volt Press in April 2023.
The Changing Paths Book Launch will be on Zoom, on 16 April 2023 at 11:00 am Pacific Daylight Time, 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time, and 7:00 pm British Summer Time.Continue reading
Are you entering Paganism, leaving Paganism, or changing traditions within it? How do you explain your new path to friends, family, former co-religionists, and yourself? How do you extricate yourself from your previous tradition and its associated ideas? How do you unpack your complex feelings about your path, and why you are changing direction?
If you have ever changed paths or considered changing paths, this book is for you. It is a guide for people who have entered Paganism from another tradition, people leaving Paganism for another tradition or none, and people changing from one tradition to another within Paganism.
Find out more at the Changing Paths resources website, where I have created a list of further reading, where to get help, and a Spotify playlist to accompany the book.
The book will be published by 1000 Volt Press in 2023.
Recently some transphobic people claimed that they are more traditional than Gardnerians who are welcoming and inclusive. Several people have written or spoken to refute their transphobic nonsense and their claims to be more traditional, including me, Mortellus, Jack Chanek, Jason Mankey, Ash the Gardnerian Librarian, and Dylan. I’m going to try to collect all the YouTube videos, Instagram videos and posts, blogposts, and tweets here — so please add a link to yours in the comments if I missed you out.Continue reading
Call for contributions – Changing Paths
Have you changed from one religion to another, or from a religion to none? Did the process take a long time or was it a sudden change?
I am writing a book to support people through the process of changing paths (leaving a religion, joining Paganism, or changing paths within Paganism).
I am looking for contributions of around 1500-3000 words from people who have joined a Pagan tradition from elsewhere, or left a Pagan tradition for another path.
I am especially interested in people who have left Paganism and then rejoined it, and people who have joined a Pagan tradition from a religion other than Christianity.
What annoyed you about the religion you left? What attracted you about the religion or path that you joined?
Contributions from marginalized people (disabled, BIPOC, LGBTQ2SIA, neurodiverse) are especially welcome. Were you marginalized within the tradition you left? Is that still the case with the tradition you joined?
Email for contributions is email@example.com
The book will be published by 1000 Volt Press in 2023. Find out more at changingpathsresources.ca
Mark Goddard’s book in hardback
The Book of Dreams was an unfinished typewritten manuscript by Mark Goddard. He had wanted it to be published, and gave it to his friend, Art Quester, who gave a copy to me after Mark was tragically killed in a car accident in 1988. It is now available as a hardback.Continue reading