Book Reviews

Being the doof that I am, I kind of forgot that I had written some book reviews recently. Lilith: The First Eve and Inanna: Lady of the Largest Heart are both reviewed by yours truly in the Winter Solstice 2018 issue of Eternal Haunted Summer. If you’re into scholarly writings, or paganism, or some sweet […]

My Favorite Reads from 2018

Good day! I thought it would be nice to share with everyone some of my 5 star books from 2018. I get a little verbose about some of them, but hopefully y’all enjoy and find some books to add to your own reading list! The Power by Naomi Alderman: It’s difficult to even know where […]

Paganism and Trauma

Long time no see! Apologies for another long absence — life has been very lively lately, and I haven’t had much chance or energy to do the regular blog thing, but I have been trying to keep up with my writing. Recently I had a two-part exploration of trauma published over at Huginn’s Heathen Hoff. […]


Let us not silently slip into the dark But break as does the dawn into day And waves over stone Thundering with the roars of a thousand Boudicaas Shrieking with the passion of a thousand Joans Keening with the righteous power of a thousand Jezebels Let us rend this day asunder With hands which bear […]

Cult of Death

Of the bounty of life I see nothing quite clear —   Looking beyond great seas and mountains There’s just one thing I hold dear —   In this cult of death It isn’t life we savor —   Salivating and straining for Only what lies later —   The taste of strawberries holds for […]

A God Such As This

Why must this god be So unrepentant cruel? Does he only mirror those In whose eyes he is beheld? What kind of god then is a mirror — Existing only in adherents’ hate? What a small and sorrowful thing Collectively they create.

Savior Spring

When the snows recede and daylight takes its due And the frosty soil warms, opening, fertility renewed.   Eostre some will call — Ostara, goddess spring But even she will tell you, she’s not quite what they think.   The festivals are ancient, the fresh life born anew Out of long cold winter, dark nights, […]