My latest is up at Witches and Pagans, wherein I address some “101” level ideas for crafting basic portable shrines and altars, for maintaing religious and ritual practices, devotions and observances even when you don’t have a wealth of private personal space to do it.
Meanwhile, Polytheist.com is almost through its first month, and running strong! After a successful launch with ten columns in early September, new columnists have been added Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The current team consists of:
Walking Through the Inhuman Hour — Julian. Betkowski
Noeseis — Edward Butler
Speaking of Syncretism — P. Sufenas Virius Lupus
The Gargarean — Markos Gage
The Web of Blessings — River Devora
Wyrd Ways — Galina Krasskova
Heart of Fire — Khi Armand
The Weekly Gimbal — Gimbal the Raven
The Goatskin — Conor O’Bryan Warren
Gods and Radicals — Rhyd Wildermuth
Hawthorne and Heather — Aine Llewellyn
Under This Infernal Sky — Amorella Moon
Primal Spirits — Grant Guindon
The Accidental Polytheist — Scott Rowe
Spirit and Stone — Tess Dawson
Kemet Today — Tamara Suida
Polytheist Parent — Niki Whiting
Ørgrandr Lokean — Dagulf Lopston
Behind the Walls — Michael Eldritch
Coming very soon we have a columnist joining us from the Pacific Northwest, another from inside the California State Corrections system (our second incarcerated columnist), a Floridian reconstruction-based polytheist, a Hermesian elf, and more!
In addition to our regular columns, long-term the site will be hosting irregular guest contributions from important voices and community supporters, as well as undertaking a printed version of its online content for distribution into the prison systems to serve incarcerated communities unable to access the internet and join our discussions and important proceedings directly.