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Dandelion Stories: Gregory Pane

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Editors Note: Dandelion Stories is a series Arkansas Pagans will be sharing throughout the year, told by many different voices. These are stories of hope, of resilience, and of struggle. We hope that you find them as inspiring as we have.  ***       The beginning isn’t always the […]

2017: Year of the Dandelion

Dandelion

  The past year has taken so much from us. We have lost our great writers, our talented actors, our bewitching singers…and many of us have lost our hope. We have emerged into the New Year, battered and bruised, fearful of the things we see on the horizon. Change is […]

103 Days of Prayer

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(This post was originally published on the Venacian website and has been reprinted here with permission.)     Everything is connected. The growing conditions in Washington enabled you to buy a delicious apple, and keeping yourself healthy ensures that you live a long life so that you can tell your […]

Q&A with Sede

Sede

Sede is a Pagan musician that is known and loved in the south for his beautiful music, charm, and good humor. Arkansas Pagans caught up with him for a Q&A session to help you get to know this festival-hopper before you see him play next. Hear his music and find […]

Review: A Discovery of Witches

A Discovery of Witches Review

Sometimes, you just can’t find that awesome book that fulfills your need for witchy fun, fantasy, romance and a dash of deadly adventure. The Harry Potter series ended (well, at least for the moment, but there are more coming in the future) and now the books you grew up with […]

The May Day Basket

May Day Basket

While few things can compete with the beauty of an elaborately ribboned May Pole, there are those of us who do not live near a group of people we can practice with, are not open with our beliefs, or simply don’t have the land to erect a pole on. If […]