Category Archives: Politics

Opening doors

Zigzag is complaining at me again. He’s frustrated that I seem to spend so much of my time sitting in front of the bright box on the desk, and not enough time petting him or playing with him. He’s also … Continue reading

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Pause

Back from my third trip/event since 2017 began. Early morning thanks to jet lag means looking at my calendar, sorting what needs to be done, and preparing for my next trip, to Paganicon in March. Zigzag won’t leave visual contact, which means … Continue reading

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Introducing The #MarriageMilitia Project

NOTE: the project listed here is now live and has its own website. Thank you! My readers either went to bed last night or woke up to news about the transition of government in my country. We have a new … Continue reading

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News and new posts and websites, oh my!

Plenty going on around here since my last post about the Kickstarter campaign. Incidentally, if you missed the campaign but you’d still like to get in on campaign-packaged perks before the Daybook release, there’s now a website for that. I’ve … Continue reading

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Remembering the Cutting – 1937’s “Parsley Massacre”

I mention this event briefly in Haitian Vodou: An Introduction to Haiti’s Indigenous Spiritual Tradition, but it deserves far more space and publicity than it received there. Most people living in the Western world, when asked about genocide, immediately think … Continue reading

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