ACTION Imbolc 2009 is ready
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The Imbolc issue is often a difficult one in
that I have less time to do it and this time
less than normal, but I think you will like
what we have.
No Stranger in This Strange Land
Interview with Oberon Zell-Ravenheart
From co-founding Church of All Worlds as
the first legal Pagan Church to the present
founding of the Grey School of Wizardry,
Oberon has been part of much of the history
of the Neo-Pagan movement in the United
States. This interview he discusses much of
what he has done within the Pagan Community.
Author and the Broom Circuit
Interview with Trish Telesco
Trish is one of our most prolific Pagan authors.
She discusses some of the things important to
her including clearing up some common
misconceptions about Pagan authors.
Have Broom Will Travel
Interview with M. Macha Nightmare
With her unforgettable name and a long term
commitment to interfaith working, M. Macha
talks of some of her 30 years experiences as a
Witch and the values that she believes in. This
Witch at large has taken part of American
Wiccan and Witchcraft history and also with the
Cherry Hill Seminary.
Cherry Hill Seminary
Interview with Holli S. Emore
As Executive Director of Cherry Hill Seminary,
Holli brings us up to date with what is happening
at the seminary and why it is important to the
Pagan community at this time of our history.
Being Heathen in Kentucky
Interview with Jordsvin
I interviewed Jordsvin once before about his
Heathen News website. Now we learn a little of
him as a leader in the Kentucky Heathen
community and some suggestions for Heathens
thinking of taking an active part in their community.
A Pagan in the Air Force
Interview with Matt Switzer
I thought it was time to once again talk with one
of our Pagan serviceman about his experiences in
the Air Force as a Pagan.
Once again feel free to give suggestions about who
you would like to see interviewed in the Pagan,
Wiccan, Heathen and Druid communities, be they
well known or working quietly in the back ground.
It is suggestions from readers, and friends, that has
made the last three issues of ACTION be more than
I might have created by myself.