Friday, August 23, 2013

Tutoring at the WEA

In October this year I will be tutoring two exciting new workshops at the Worker's Education Association (WEA) in Adelaide.  Registration for these workshops can be made through the WEA's web site.

Embracing the Goddess

19 October 2013: Embracing the Goddess (Interactive workshop held at the Worker's Education Association, Angas Street, 9:30am-4:00pm).

From the ancient temples of Malta, Egypt, Turkey and Crete; to the sacred springs and mountains of Ireland and Britain; from the Hindu temples to the modern sanctuaries being established all around the world today, the concept of the Goddess, the Divine Feminine, has never truly been forgotten.

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Horned Gods and the Green Man

I am delighted to announce that there is a new magazine now available for the discerning magickal practitioner (particularly, but not exclusively, who resides south of the equator), with the first edition of The Green Man Quarterly having rolled off the printing presses ... or more accurately in this modern age, digitalised with files whizzing through cyberspace.

I have yet to receive my hardcopy of the magazine, however from the digital copy, I have to say that I was mighty impressed with the standard of articles, not to mention the amount of work the editor(s) have put into the magazine.

Nine Months and Virtually Sold Out

Dancing the Sacred Wheel at
Dymocks (Rundle Mall, Adelaide)
It has taken some nine months but since Dancing the Sacred Wheel: A Journey through the Southern Sabbats was published in November 2012, I released this morning that I had actually sent off my last order of books from this print run.  Save for a handful of copies that I wish to hold on to, I actually now do not have any copies left myself for sale.  This means that the only copies available are through the following stockists, many of whom also have limited numbers now available:

Saturday, August 3, 2013

The Irish Phantom Queen, the Morrighan

The following short article has been taken from an article I wrote for the now defunct Australian magazine, Insight, back in October 2010.  I thought I would share an excerpt of this article in light of a new anthology about the Morrighan that is currently calling for contributions, in particular art work.  I recently received notification from the editor that my poem "Call to the Morrighan" will be included in this anthology.