Favorite Pagan Blogs
- The Wild Hunt by Jason Pitzl-Waters and (recently) an assortment of associate editors and guest posters. Together they bring you the best darn Pagan news coverage in America.
- A Witch’s Ashram by Niki Whiting, an Alaskan-turned-Olympian titan of Religious Studies, currently focusing on Feri and Hinduism
- Raise the Horns by Jason Mankey, a BTW practitioner from the Bay Area
- Adventures in Witchery by Veles, a very savvy seeker from Texas
- Gardnerian Wicca a collaborative blog/resource curated by several Gards, including Yvonne Aburrow
- Letter from Hardscrabble Creek by Chas Clifton, a Pagan Studies scholar based in Colorado
- Know Thyself by T. Thorn Coyle, a Feri and Reclaiming influenced bad-ass teacher who now largely teaches from within her own tradition, Morningstar.
- Sarah Ann Lawless, a witch, herbalist, and fine artist working out of Vancouver, Canada. Her work is breathtaking.
- Lady Rosamond’s Garden and her partner’s blog, Strip Me Back to the Bone: Two women, Beth and Jo, currently living in Eugene, OR who both blog about their sacred marriages with Odin and Poseidon among other Pagan-y topics.
Olympia/Tacoma Area Pagan Resources
- Swangrove Coven: This is the website for the coven I worked with while I lived in Eugene and Olympia. The covenstead is currently in Tacoma. Most active members are scattered around the Puget Sound and the Willamette Valley.
- Radiance Herbs and Massage: An Olympia store with an excellent array of herbs, oils, candles, statuary, books, jewelry and all manner of body care products. Locally rumored to have been started by a Dianic group in the area.
- Druid’s Nook: A Pagan bookstore in Olympia with all sorts of bric-a-brac, including oodles of statues, spell ingredients, and your typical New Age offerings.
- Crescent Moon Gifts: A Tacoma store dedicated to all things Pagan. They also feature a tremendous amount of community networking. They run plenty of classes, meetups, and usually host a psychic or two.
- Central Puget Sound Pagan Pride: The organization that puts on our major community shindig in Tacoma every October.
- Olympia CUUPS: The local Universalist Unitarian Pagan group.
Important Pagan Resources
Favorite Supply Sources
- Etsy: Just about anything you want, really. I’m particularly fond of antb’s shop and Broomchick’s shop.
- The Metal Craft: Excellent and elegant ritual knives.
- Specialty Bottle: Bottles and containers for potions and lotions.
- Herb Shop: Herbs and oils. Located in Grants Pass, OR. Incredibly kind and knowledgable people in real life.
- Texas Natural Supply: Materials for soap making; good essential oils, particularly vanilla.