Author of The Maeve Chronicles, a series of award-winning novels featuring the feisty Celtic Magdalen who is no one's disciple. I am also interfaith minister and a counselor in private practice.
One morning my husband comes to my office to give me an important phone message. “Jo wants you to come and talk to her about her funeral.” My friend Jo, an artist and poet, is dying of an aggressive form… Read More ›
Brigit is my comrade-woman Brigit is my maker of song Brigit is my helping-woman My choicest of women, my guide Brigit, celebrated by pagans and Christians alike on February 1, is a goddess who knows how to incarnate. When Christianity… Read More ›
You are a poet and a seer. Say you are a V.I.P (very important poet; in the first century CE when I lived such a thing was possible). Because of your poetic prowess, your ability to go between the worlds… Read More ›
I believe the current resurgence of interest in Mary Magdalen does reflect a collective desire for the divine incarnate in a woman’s body. July 22nd. In the Village of St Maximin in the South of France, a (real) blackened skull… Read More ›