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Our Wonderful Anthology:
Moon Water
 

Moon Water is an anthology that will unveil our relationship with the moon. It explore the ways we can use the energy of the moon to reflect, to manifest, to heal, and to enhance our ability to relate to others. It contains moon ceremonies, spells, and recipes for moon water! It explores closeness, compassion, intimate confessions… It embraces the dark night of the soul, and the transition to love and light. It feels and sees into the depths of things. It celebrates and moves with the tides.

Contributors: Adrienne Stevenson, Alma María Rolfs, Alyssa Sineni, Anastasia Kretz, Angie Ebba, Annie Finch, Claire Hsu Accomando, Devony Hof, D. Walsh Gilbert, Fran Schumer, Gabby Gilliam, Gloria Monaghan, Gwendolyn Morgan, Hannah Yerington, JC Reilly, Jennifer Schomburg Kanke, Johanna Haas, Kelly Moyer, Kim Malinowski, Lara Payne, Leusa Lloyd, Linda Cooper, Linda Vandlac Smith, Ma'ayan Agmon, Mary Ellen Talley, Martin Foroz, Miriam Manglani, Mona Mehas, Pamela Hobart Carter, Patricia Brody, Ruby Kwon, Sarah Mayo, Sierra Nelson, Susan Touchstone, Valerie Sopher, Violeta Woolywisp Joy 

Our Debut Anthology
 Now Available!

An anthology of poetry, short prose, and print art created by and for the Awakened Soul. Reviewers have called it a "brew of magical healing stones," a work that contains the sparks of magic and power, and a collection that "weave(s) a soulful conglomerate of oneness with the universe." Open these pages and lose yourself in the wonder therein...

Contributors: Anastasia Kretz, Ariadne Will, Christina Xiong, Daniel Niv, Emily M. Goldsmith, Gwendolyn Morgan, Jennifer Schomburg Kanke, Kelly Fine, Lisa Panepinto, Madi Morelli, Marisa Gedgaudas, Meghan Feuk, M.E. (Sheli) Keyes, Mona Mehas.

Back to the Roots -

"Witchcraft was hung, in History,
But History and I
Find all the Witchcraft that we need
Around us, every Day—"

Emily Dickinson, 1583

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And We Are Home.

"There was no other creature
That saw what I could see—
I stood and watched the evening star
As long as it watched me."

 

"February Twilight," Sara Teasdale
 

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