I updated my page a bit and added a blogroll. I read a lot of pagan blogs, but these are the ones that I get very excited to read when I see a new post is up.
Magical Muse: this blog is written by the priestess of my coven. She always has interesting content about her art, our celebrations, and raising her family the country pagan way. Magical Muse makes beautiful paintings, collages and photographs. I love her children and every week when I go to coven they are a highlight of my visit.
Sea Priestess: writes from the UK about her traditional style of heathen witchcraft. Her articles are scholarly and well researched. I highly admire her opinions and devotion to education. In addition she has a great youtube channel princessannikki that is updated almost everyday. In addition she writes amazing poetry and has a soul for the craft.
Therioshamanism: one of my friends locally, Lupa, writes a blog about her experiences creating a new nature shamanism focused around working with animal spirits. Lupa has a room full of animal pelts and skins she has collected through resale and she creates dance costumes for otherworld crossing and channelling animal spirits.
Wild Hunt: News relevant to pagans, witches and women’s spirituality with commentry. Updated nearly everyday Jason watches out for news that is about witches and pagans or will affect witches and pagans. Jason is also on the board of the Cherry Hill seminary for pagans and has an excellent radio podcast, a darker shade of pagan.
Witch of Forest Grove: Sarah writes from British Columbia, Canada–which is a few hours North of my home. Sarah is a practicing traditional witch and her blog is very inspiring to me. Sarah is an artist, wildcrafter, and mead maker. The Pacific Northwest is a beautiful and spiritual place. Sarah works closely with the land around her and it is encouraging to follow another practioner on a similar path’s journey through pictures and prose.
If you have a pagan, art, or witchcraft blog you want me to check out let me know. I am always adding new stuff to my rss feeds on my google reader, and if I read your blog for a long time and get attached to it, I might add it to my blogroll.