Goddess Matters Johanna Stuckey
Pilgrimage Vicki Noble
Gardening Mary Swander
Divination Nancy Vedder-Shults, Ph.D.
Wise Woman Tradition Susun Weed
Living the Life Clea Danaan
Living the Life Shay Harris
Living the Life Rev. Nano Boye Nagle
Living the Life Madelon Wise
Upper Midwest Gwyn Padden-Lecthen
Mary in the Midwest Jacki Hayes
Utah's Monument Valley Lance Link
Nonfiction Book Review Madelon Wise
Young Adult Fiction Book Review Dahti Blanchard
Fiction Book Review Staci Schwarz
Bear Gate Sarah Teofanov
mixed media on paper
"Bear has been a power animal for me for over 25 years when trancing. Here the gate of transformation is the bear directly. Surrender is the only option for consciousness."
No God can be bigger than the gate that lets people into the presence. If the only way to that God is through a narrow little gate with picky little gatekeepers, then that God is no bigger than that gate nor wiser than those keepers. If a woman wants to approach divinity, she should not go through a narrow gate built by men. Women should find their own way.
(Sophy's first law of the supernatural, in Sheri S. Tepper's Gibbon's Decline and Fall)