February 2018
BBI Media News
Publishers of SageWoman, and Witches&Pagans magazines
and the PaganSquare blogosphere.
Mailed on Feb. 8:
Witches&Pagans #35 "Natural Paganism"

Available in either paper or digital editions.Witches&Pagans #35 "Natural Paganism" mailed on February 8.

U.S. subscribers should receive their copies by February 23; Canadian and overseas subscribers by March 9. Digital subscribers, you can download your issue now! Check your account for the download code if you missed the announcement email.

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The Animal IssueMyth & Legend
PanGaia #32.
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Storytelling makes the world go ’round: stories tell us who we are, what we believe, where we belong, and why the world works the way it does. Over time, the best stories grow, change, and take on a life of their own. We give them special names to define that they are more important -- more real, in spite of their obvious metaphorical or transpersonal quality -- than the ordinary tales.

We call them "myths" and "legends" and this issue of PanGaia is dedicated to celebrating them, in many forms and formats.

Patience Gent takes us on a tour of the world’s aquatic mysteries with her article, "Mermaids: Spirits or Goddesses?" while in "Urban Legends," Rachelle Wren investigates how modern folktales fit into the genre of legends we like to tell each other. We continue with two Pagan short stories: "Pandora," by Jamie Freeman, gives her touching rendition to the Greek myth, while Janine Goss brings us a contemporary tale in "Hot Flash."

In our oft-topic features we take a nature walk in "There Should Have Been Ravens," celebrate the magick of (literal) dark plants with "A Black Garden," and celebrate the Pagan value of "Solidarity." Not to mention the mysteries of berry-picking; Gaian gardening; a Red Ritual for celebrating girl's menarche; thinking like a wolf (or an owl); the Goddess in Las Vegas and much more. 80 pages, originally published in summer 2002.

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Featured Classic Digital Issue

SageWoman #61.
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In a sense, all of SageWoman is about sisterhood, about finding our place in the community of women. But in this issue, we take a special look at how we as women relate to each other. We begin with Loba's "Sister Tribe" in which the she shares how connecting with Mother Earth helps her connect with her sisters. Next is Pythia Peay's "Soul Sisters: Tending to the Needs of Our Spirits," not one, but two articles on finding the Goddess at women's gatherings, and an article on overcoming racism in the Goddess community.

In "A Conversation with Jade" Sudie Rakusin interviews Goddess movement leader and founding member of the Reformed Congregation of the Goddess, Jade. Finally, Diana Paxson introduces three really weird sisters, the Norns, in her column on Goddess lore. Plus body-care recipes, Susun Weed's adventures in Provence, rituals for building sisterhood, Carol Christ on Rachel Carsen, spring cleaning rituals from Stephanie Rose Bird, and much more. Enjoy this 96 page issue, published in the spring of 2003.

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