Lammas – the Sacred Consuming by Glenys Livingstone Ph.D.

Lammas, the first seasonal transition after Summer Solstice, may be summarised as the Season that marks and celebrates the Sacred Consuming, the Harvest of Life. Many indigenous cultures recognised the Read More …

(Art & Poem) Candelmas/Imbolc by Sudie Rakusin & Annie Finch

  IMBOLC DANCE   From the east she has gathered like wishes. She has woven a night into dawn. We are quickening ivy.  We grow where her warmth melts out Read More …

(Poem) Morning Star by Maya Daniel

I guess, you have tasted The sweetness of the rain; Feeling the coldness of December mornings in the countryside; I guess, you are used to have a long list Of 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 …

(Prose) Methodology: the cosmic sewing maching by Nane Jordan

Perhaps the term “methodology” encapsulates my Cixousian/life writing study, a methodology driven study? I know – Cixous’ writing defies notions of “method.” My point – exactly.         Read More …

(Prose) Our Loss of Od by Deanne Quarrie

Freyja is an Old Icelandic goddess of the Earth, fertility, and beauty. Her name means “Lady.” Freyja is known to be very beautiful and sexual. It is thought that Freyja Read More …

(Poem) Reborn Again by Amina Rodriguez

I am reborn from facing the sun   back into myself, into solace   the innermost innocence once wounded, thrice reminded   the mind/devil/ego/human nature was never to blame   Read More …

(Poem) To Befana Baubo by Susan Hawthorne

the hours of talk were long and they have agreement Baubo is leading a morning ritual she is flanked by Demeter and Medusa it begins as a low belly rumble Read More …

(Book Excerpt 2) Re-visioning Medusa Eds. by Glenys Livingstone, Trista Hendren et. al.

Sisterhood is Subversive My painting, “Sisterhood is Subversive” was inspired by an interview with the wonderful Eartha Kitt where she was being questioned by a male interviewer on compromise. The Read More …

(Art & Poem) Winter Solstice by Sudie Rakusin & Annie Finch

  WINTER SOLSTICE CHANT   Vines, leaves, roots of darkness, growing, now you are uncurled and cover our eyes with the edge of winter sky leaning over us in icy Read More …

(Song) The Tree of Life by Genevieve Vaughan

Life form patenting is a little know issue in the US though there is a growing movement against it abroad. Corporations in the Global North can now patent species and Read More …

(Book Excerpt 1) Re-visioning Medusa Eds. by Glenys Livingstone, Trista Hendren et. al.

Preface Joan Marler The remarkable anthology you are holding in your hands contains the personal stories, scholarly research, revelations, and original artwork by women from Australia, North America, Europe, Israel Read More …

(Art 2) Shaktika, Infancy the very beginning of by Megha

Infancy – the very beginning of Remember the earliest part of your life, when you were a baby!!! It is extremely rare for anyone to remember their own infancy. An Read More …