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Nature Blog Welcomes New Staff
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Posted: October 31st., 2011
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Proclaimed by: Alison Leigh Lilly
Proclaimed from: Seattle, Pennsylvania
'No Unsacred Place' Welcomes Two New Staff Writers
'No Unsacred Place: Earth and Nature in Pagan Traditions' (nature.pagannewswirecollective.com) explores the relationships between religion and science, nature and civilization from a diversity of modern Pagan perspectives. A project of the Pagan Newswire Collective, the blog features coverage and analysis of environmentalism and ecology in the news from a Pagan perspective, as well as essays and personal reflections about the role of science, environmental ethics, eco-friendly lifestyles, and an awareness of the land and its seasons, both in religious community and in the personal spiritual lives of modern Pagans.
With the start of the new year, No Unsacred Place is thrilled to welcome two new writers to the staff: Lupa, and Eli Effinger-Weintraub!
Lupa is a (neo) shaman, pagan author, dead critter artist, and wannabe polymath living in Portland, OR. When she isn't immersed in creativity-fueled self-employment, she's either hiding in the woods somewhere, figuring out how to use her MA in Counseling Psychology for the forces of good, or indulging in Nintendo-circa-1985. She's all over the place online, including http://www.thegreenwolf.com, http://paganbookreviews.com, and http://www.antlerrunes.com.
Lupa will be writing the newly re-envisioned Earthly Rites column on 'No Unsacred Place', exploring themes of environmentalism and nature spirituality in ritual and liturgy within a Pagan context as well as sharing her expertise and personal experience in Therioshamanism, totemism, shamanism and ecopsychology.
Eli Effinger-Weintraub practices naturalistic Reclaiming-tradition hearthcraft in the Twin Cities watershed. She plants her beliefs and practices in the Earth and her butt on a bicycle saddle. She writes plays, essays, and short fiction (especially of the steampunk variety) and is attempting to wrestle a novel into submission. Previous works have appeared in Witches & Pagans Magazine, Circle Magazine, and Steampunk Tales, as well as at the Clarion Foundation blog, I'm From Driftwood, and Humanistic Paganism. Eli earns her daily bread as a comma wrangler. She shares her life and art with her wife, visual artist Leora Effinger-Weintraub, and two buffalo disguised as cats. Check out Eli's corner of the Internet: http://backbooth.thesane.net
Eli has already graced the pages of 'No Unsacred Place' as a guest writer with her piece "Bee and Orchid." In her new column, Restorying the Sacred, she'll be exploring the process of re-storying and how it can help Pagans today connect with their own time and place by honoring the ancient myths of the ancestors and cultivating a new corpus of tales that reflect a modern scientific understanding of the world.
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