I was thrilled to write yesterday’s story on how Pagans raise money using the cool tools available nowadays. However, one possible fundraising branch continues to frustrate me, that of government employee giving programs. One of my several income streams derives from working within a state campaign, which gives me enough inside knowledge to write aboutContinue reading “Fundraising frustration”
Ah, what’s it like to be the brother to the rock star?
One of the continuing benefits of writing hymns to Poseidon is that it got Naiadis of Strip Me Back To The Bone to do the same. She’s also writing Poseidon fiction this month, so please check out her blog if you haven’t. The gifts of the seas, which have fueled economies for as long asContinue reading “From Naiadis: Poseidon of the Mysteries”
Today sees the publication of the most difficult piece I have written to date for The Wild Hunt, about Pagans and animal sacrifice. It was difficult because this is an issue that has a lot of passion underlying it, and I had to capture what others know and feel without tainting it with my ownContinue reading “Precious life”
One of the unexpected benefits of writing hymns to Poseidon is that it got Naiadis of Strip Me Back To The Bone to do the same. Her hymn to Poseidon of the Swaddling is particularly meaningful to me right now, because this series of offerings came about because of some long-simmering anger I hold/held/may yetContinue reading “From Naiadis: Poseidon of the Swaddling”