(Poem) Motherlines by Mary Saracino

1. Margaret On the day I was born you nearly bled to death perhaps a sign that our lives were marked for strife but a mother’s womb is a thing Read More …

(Poem) The Neighbours Send a Message by Harriet Ellenberger

 The Neighbours Send a Message Moose, deer, lynx, coyote, bear, skunk, porcupine, snowshoe hare, hawk owl, ant, crow, honey bee, all who live in the woods behind the house I Read More …

(Essay) The Invisible Bleeding Goddess by Trista Hendren‏

“We need a god who bleeds now whose wounds are not the end of anything” – Ntozake Shange   I have been contemplating these lines for several days now. What Read More …

(Poem) Oh Mother, Our Mother by Mary Saracino

When the sun rises and the moon sets when the earth sings and the sky sighs will we remember that clouds are kin to every human that every woman, every Read More …

(Essay) Three-Fingered Fish Goddess- South Slavic Intangible Oral Memory Traditions by Danica Anderson

Lepenski Vir is a Mesolithic site on the banks of the Danube in Serbia, close to the Iron Gates.  Dusan Boric and Preston Miracle’s work on the Mesolithic and Neolithic Read More …

(Poem) Meanderings by Anne Wilkerson Allen

A thousand threads have woven wings of love, mounting us on the wind. Images of ancients have caressed our eyes, revealing new shapes and colors. Drums of women have kindled Read More …

(Essay) 'The Hard Side of Aphrodite' by Hearth Moon Rising

  She is a goddess to be approached with caution, even trepidation. If you feel no apprehension in matters involving her, then you have no thought of danger, obstacles, shattered Read More …

(Poem) 'Crane Dance' by Anne Wilkerson Allen

Crane Dance We danced at the edge of pale waters, not caring if we missed a step or fell into the wake of each others jubilance.   We leapt in Read More …