Posts Tagged ‘ Jeri Studebaker ’

Feminist Pagan books

Jul 26th, 2015 | By

How do you define a feminist book? If the definition focuses on equality and challenging oppressive and patriarchal systems, then pretty much ever title at Moon Books would count. However, some books go a lot further than this in exploring feminist themes. Here are four books of particular relevance to feminist seekers. The Spiritual Feminist, by

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Danni Niles reviews

Jun 28th, 2015 | By

Danni Niles is a Pagan reviewer with a youtube channel. Some of her channel is about book reviews but she has an array of videos including topics like Ritual in Druidry and gender language around deity. Recently, Danni has given a glowing review to our new Pagan Portals title Sacred Sex and Magick She’s also

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Cover story – Breaking the Mother goose code

May 8th, 2015 | By

When goddess mysteries and fairy tales collide, what do you put on the cover of the book? as Jeri Studebaker explains her process in finding an answer, you get a flavour for where the book itself will take you… “Mother Goose” is a merely a disguise for one of Europe’s most magnificent, sacred and awesome

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Who is Mother Goose?

Feb 20th, 2015 | By

Who was Mother Goose? Where did she come from, and when? Although she’s one of the most beloved characters in Western literature, Mother Goose’s origins have seemed lost in the mists of time. Several have tried to pin her down, claiming she was the mother of Charlemagne, the wife of Clovis (King of the Franks),

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