I’ve found two folks who are interested so far! So here’s another reminder – it’s still happening if you’d like to get in on the ground floor. A few more details about the project, mostly taken from a brainstorm page I wrote up: Four (another name possibly TBD) is an experiment in bringing polytheist discourse … More Contributors Needed for Polytheist/Animist Zine: 2nd Call
I bought my first car recently. I finally had enough justification to get one – my 20 mile commute via transit takes over an hour, requires uber to get to the train station from my house, and then a 10-minute ride from a retired (and very generous) family member to get from my stop to … More The Uncomfortable Animism of Car Ownership
My Gods are good. When I first approached Them, They seemed so comparatively small. Young. Egoistic. I was in desperate need of a Power of the arts at the time I introduced myself, and They took me in. Every concrete, mundane thing I have asked of Them – every single one – They have given me. At first … More My Gods Are Good
CDC: Do you feel mythology plays a role in a world which has become increasingly fragmented and meaningless? MS: Myth has something very direct to say. Many of the stories we need now arrived perfectly on time about 5,000 years ago. Old mythologies contain not only stories about our place on the Earth, but have … More An Interview With Martin Shaw
The world lost so, so much when the Codices were destroyed. One of those things that was lost was the accumulated knowledge of the nature of many of the Gods, and much of what we have paints a painfully incomplete picture. Case in point: the primary text I’ve studied concerning my Gods comes from just … More They -Were- Worshiped.
An essay by William S. Boroughs: DE is a way of doing. It is a way of doing everything you do. DE simply means doing whatever you do in the easiest most relaxed way you can manage which is also the quickest and most efficient way, as you will find as you advance in DE. … More Doing Easy
Spending time in Yucca and Joshua Tree is like stepping into a time machine and setting the dial back by about, oh, 50 years. It’s a place full of hippies and new-agers and the otherwise mystically inclined, but perhaps most inspiring of all, it’s a very DIY-oriented place. But desert cities are often like that – … More Tentative Call-Out for a Zine