Library

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This is my library — an archive of various short stories and essays I’ve written over the years that have appeared in other publications. I hope you’ll enjoy them.

Short Stories

Penelope and the Fish

Remember Who You Really Are

Our Souls Between Earth and Sky

Generations

Women Invent the Wheel

In the Cave of the Clay Goddess

The Tree of Women

The Cave of the Great Womb

Women Weave the Worlds

The Oracle of Women Sings

Essays and Blog Posts

Time for Change: What Do the Goddesses Say?

Moving the World Forward on the Spiral of Life

Survivorship to Thrivership in Sedna’s Ocean

Sharing a Snowstorm with the Goddess of Winter

Feminism: A 21st Century Goddess of Healing

Asking Sacred Questions

Shining a 21st Century Light on the Face of Mystery

Dancing with Kali Gets Us to the Other Side

Awakening to the Mystery of Absolute Beginnings

A Mother’s Day Gift from the Garden of Dreams

Celebrating the Icy Mystery of Imbolc

Three Gifts: A Winter Solstice Story

Creating in Mnemosyne’s Circle of Memory

The Truthful Bounty of Cerridwen’s Cauldron

Now Is the Time to Take Flight

Arise, Pythias!

The Ancient Art of Ascent

Poetry

Hands Breaking Bread

Samhain: A Poetic Ritual at My Mother’s Graveside

Summoning Silence

The Emerald Spider

The Keeper of Memories

The Temple of the Subway Goddess

I have also self-published a novel, The Temple of the Subway GoddessThe Temple of the Subway Goddess is a novel of sisterhood, the quest for a modern woman’s sacred spirit, and urban renewal, circa 5000 BCE. Banished from her own time when myth, magic, and a Creator in the form of a woman were part of daily life, 7,000-year- old priestess Mira flees to a forgotten neighborhood of a 21st century American city. There she allies herself with the dispirited and out-of-love ex-photographer Suzanne, bringing her new friend unexpected spiritual powers, troublesome instant celebrity, and a most peculiar mission. As Suzanne’s husband, friends, and neighbors fall under Mira’s spell, she desperately seeks to discover if they have all lost their minds or found their sacred souls.

It is available as a free download or you may purchase it by going to Lulu.com. You may also purchase it from Amazon.

Painting is from The Goddess of Afternoon Tea by Celia Player.  Used with permission of the artist.

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