ACTION Samhain 2011 is ready
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Here is what we have for you in this issue.
Article 1, Page 2
Mill Creek Tradition and Seminary
Interview with Joseph Merlin Nichter
I interview hereditary Pagan, Wiccan Priest and founder of
the Mill Creek Tradition and Seminary.
Article 2, Page 6
Interview with Jane T. Sibley, Ph.D., a traditional Norse practitioner, author and teacher
Jane quite literally grew up with her Norse beliefs and she
explains not only some of it, but how it differs from the
Article 3, Page 11
Bringing it all together.
Interview with Dr. Susan Kwilecki
One thing that we Pagans and Heathens find important is
educating the rest of our society as to what we are and what
we are not. Dr. Susan Kwilecki is one of those professors
who gives us a place to do it in her class on new religions.
Article 4, Page 13
Return Visit, Druid, Witch and Heathen
interview with Morgan Daimler
Last time, I interviewed Morgan was as an author. This time
we cover her views on community and responsibility.
Article 5, Page 17
The Wiccan Church of Canada,
the Odyssean Tradition
Interview with Richard James
I interview Richard James of the Wiccan Church of Canada,
which goes back a ways in modern Canada Wiccan history.
Article 6, Page 18
Pagan Federation International, USA
Interview with Link, National Coordinator
I have interviewed several people in Pagan Federation
International in Europe, but I had not yet talked with the
National Coordinator of the United States part of PFI
Article 7, Page 23
Professor, magic worker & writer,
Interview with Terri Burns, Ph.D.
Terri Burns is an English professor specializing in American
minority literature, gender studies, and professional writing
at the University of Wisconsin at Platteville.
She currently chairs the Department of Humanities (English,
foreign languages, and philosophy) and is former director of
the Women's and Gender Studies Program. But she also
writes articles on Enochian magic and is an active Pagan.
Article 7, Page 34
It is Samhain again
By Christopher Blackwell