(Poem) Unappreciated Woman by Amina Rodriguez

Unappreciated woman, Deep emotions never spoken are seen clearly in your eyes, Unappreciated woman, your power is burning and intense Smoldering your insides out till there’s nothing left of you Read More …

(Art) Womb of the Earth by Susan Clare

In searching for spiritual meaning, the spiral path that Woman walks may lead toa small, quiet, central place within her consciousness, safe within the nurturing womb of our Mother Earth, Read More …

(Poem) A Rose with Thorns is still a Rose by Sara Wright

A rose with thorns is still a rose. A wild rose. I gave up my rose, She was not good enough, pure enough, loving enough… Never Enough.   A rose Read More …

(Art) Elk Woman, Gentle Born by Lucy Pierce

ELK WOMAN Oh wise one, come near, tender one, gentle born. I am making a home for you here in my body. So that it might be safe again for Read More …

(Art) Yemaya by Susan Clare

Great Goddess of the Western Seas, bless us and send us your cooling, soothing waters. Protect all

(Art) Listening at the Loom of Her Love by Lucy Pierce

“I feel that in our modern western culture we are taught as women to judge, compare, belittle and compete with one another to find our place in the world. Self-love Read More …

(Song) We are walking in a circle by Genevieve Vaughan

I wrote this song before going to the UN Decade for Women Final Conference in Nairobi in 1985.   We are walking in a circle We are walking hand in Read More …

(Art) Initiation – Surrender by Susan Clare

Having soared on the energy of initiation, we eventually find the courage to let go and surrender to its purifying fire, only to find ourselves supported and buoyed up by Read More …

(Book Excerpt 5) Single Mothers Speak on Patriarchy by Trista Hendren & Pat Daly

Becoming My Own Midwife Celeste Gurevich I learned to survive by quilting myself with breath, blood, bones, and stories. Panel by panel, saturated remnants of all of the Celestes I Read More …

(Essay) Once in Okinawa by Luciana Percovich

It’s a common trait of the most ancient religions in human history, that the cult could only occur in the open air – as still the Celts expressed, “in a Read More …

(Art) Three Golden Rings by Jassy Watson

She emerges into full bloom at Spring and is reminded of the circle of life and her part within it.

(Art) Gaia #8: Constancy: S/he Who Tends the Forest by Deborah Jane Milton, Ph.D.

Mycelia, microbes, moss and moths, oxygen, phosphorous and CO2 Photosynthesis and respiration The forest makes all else possible… Shouldn’t we be busting our butts to nourish it? See (Meet Mago Contributor) Read More …

(Essay) This Disease Cannot Be Excised: Countering Patriarchal Religion by Hearth Moon Rising

Painting of Virgin Mary

It is clear to many feminists that the most important and challenging avenues for pursuing women’s liberation in the twenty-first century are elimination of poverty and freedom from violence. Violence Read More …