One of my bugbears as a contemporary Pagan has always been what I perceived as a lack of a solid and united Pagan community, and I am not referring to a centralised authority but rather to a communal identity. As Pagans, we tend to be separate and separated from almost all other religious and spiritual communities. And the explosion of Internet-based Pagan communities seems to have made it even more so, not only separating us from others, but separating us from ourselves. But is this really the case?
- The Gods are not for hire!
- Will Pagans find solace in cyberspace?
- Somewhere between Sexist and 3 am
- Cultivate your own
- Christonormativity: Are Pagans second-class citizens?
- Interview with Christina Engela
- Interview with Jessica Rzeszewski
- Lady Amberstorm
- An Anatomy of Witchcraft: Blood, Bone and Heart
- Interview with Edward Durand
- Interview with Mja Principe
- Pagan Freedom Day 2016
- Lammas with Lady Deanne
- SA Law Reform Commission finds Witchcraft Suppression Act unconstitutional
- Interview with Steve Andrews
- Interview with Sheena Cundy
- SA Pagan Council National Call for Rain
- 2015 Council for the Parliament of World Religions welcomes Rev. Dr. Karen Tate
- All Hallow’s Eve Festival 31 October 2015
- Writing about Paganism