From Judith O'Grady
From Judith O'Grady: How do those who talk to gods fit into revolutionary action?
A poem from Judith O'Grady
In my world there isn't any unqualified 'right' and 'wrong'. Actions, beliefs, morals, et al have good effects when correctly used and bad effects when applied thoughtlessly.
For The Morrígna on Samhain, by Judith O'Grady
From Judith O'Grady: what's the real difference between religious belief and political beliefs?
From Judith O'Grady, on bees, Druidry, and the sacredness of trash.
Judith O'Grady, on myths, Othering, and an awkward--and hilarious--presentation at a retirement home.
An Imbolc poem, from Judith O'Grady