About me: I am an Odinic nun, daughter of the Morrigan, jewelry artisan and herbal alchemist, and urban hedge witch. I live and work amidst the wild wights of the Pacific Northwest, in a household shared with gods, spirits, and animals both living and dead.
About this blog: Although I do post personal spiritual content here from time to time (as well as on my YouTube channel), this blog is now first and foremost a vehicle for showcasing my handcrafts and promoting my business. Wytch of the North offers talismans, adornments, and supplies for ritual and spellwork: handspun ritual cords, pagan malas and prayer beads, blessed and empowered soy candle tins scented with pure essential oils and dressed with glitter, handmade incense and soap, and more. I DO accept custom orders; you can find out more here!
About my writing: My books Odhroerir: Nine Devotional Tales of Odin’s Journeys, and Water from the Well and Other Wyrd Tales of Odin are both available on Amazon; both works, along with my newest book Assuming the Mantle: The Lessons of Queen Anne Boleyn, are also available as pdf downloads in my shop. My work has also appeared in Idunna, Hex, and the now-defunct newWitch. You can read an interview with me in the Winter Solstice 2015 issue of Eternal Haunted Summer online here.
Bio updated 4/21/16