From Kadmus: "Once the wild world was the Sacred, rising around humanity in overpowering movement and blossom."
From Rhyd Wildermuth: "We’re not just the inheritors of atrocity–we are also the beneficiaries and the continuation of them."
Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood My rating: 5 of 5 stars Read for the Women of Genre Fiction Reading Challenge 2016 and the Apocalypse Now Reading Challenge 2016. Method […]
From Sophia Burns: Do deities' agendas always fit inside our conservative critics' comfort zones?
Sable Aradia writes on the intersections of politics, culture, faith and witchcraft.
From Anthony Rella, an exploration on hierarchy and structures of power in community.
From C.S. Thompson: "Solidarity is a type of love, not based on personal history or affinity but on the simple act of standing together as comrades even though you might have almost nothing else in common."
C.S. Thompson writes: I claim this right to decide for myself, which naturally includes the right to place myself in service to that which I believe is worth serving.