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What does it mean to live as a Pagan in this uncertain world of climate change, economic hardship and worldwide social injustice? What does it mean to hold nature as sacred when ravaging the land is commonplace? How do we live our Paganism in our families and homes, our communities and countries? Pagans are stepping up in all kinds of ways. This is a Moon Books community ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 29th 2016 by Moon Books
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Paige Vanderbeck
Feb 05, 2016 rated it really liked it
* I was given this book free of charge from the Publisher, Moon Books, so I could review it on my blog. It originally appeared at http://thefatfeministwitch.wordpress.com *

I almost wish I could make this book mandatory reading. It covers a range of subjects like pagan activism, pagan families and parenting, feminist paganism, etc. The book is an anthology of essays by all different writers and that allows it to cover all of these subjects with very different, but very authentic, voices. I found
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Joshua Allerton
Feb 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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A fantastic collection of Pagans capturing the essence of Paganism in the 21st Century. A must read by anyone new or old to the faith!
Emma
Jan 26, 2016 rated it liked it
A really interesting book giving different examples of how others see or choose to practice their Pagan path on a daily basis.
The thing I really liked about this was the chapters/contributions were short (no more than 4 pages each) and easily digestible. Wonderfully refreshing from the waffling chapters in other books that just go on and on and on.... Maybe this was due to the large amount of contributors. Whatever it was, it works. I wish there were more books written like this. It's a
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Arietta Bryant
Jan 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Recommends it for: Pagans & their families or friends
Moonbooks does it again! pulling together authors from a miriade of different paths and with varying points of view, and yet, with a great editor and a clear end goal these separate nuggets of wisdom and experience are pulled together and with the use of an almost invisible, gossamer like thread, they are joined to become a single work which is more than worthy to sit on shelves along side other classics of Paganism.

Whether you have an interest in saving the planet, raising a family in a Pagan
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Molly
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Like other anthologies, a combination of essays that are thought-provoking and powerful as well as some that seem like random ramblings. In this case, the poor quality essays were quite poor quality--like someone was "forced" to write something and that was all they could come up with or as if they were just getting started with writing and thought a two page contribution detailing a few personal facts is sufficient for an anthology contribution. Others, like John Halstead's essay about baptism, ...more
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A very inspiring read on how to live your religion and stand up for your beliefs.
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Author of fiction and non-fiction works. Wife of illustrator Tom Brown.

Born in Gloucestershire, Nimue has a degree in English Literature and has been writing under other names for about a decade. She has been a PF volunteer, Druid Network and OBOD volunteer Nimue writes for Moon Books Snowbooks and the nerdbong podcast. She is a prolific blogger and is open to requests for blog content, essays and
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