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The Goddess in America

The Goddess in America: The Divine Feminine in Cultural Context

The Divine Feminine in Cultural Context

I have the pleasure of joining eighteen other talented Pagan writers in this anthology that identifies the enduring experience of Goddess Spirituality through a four-part discussion focused on the Native Goddess, the Migrant Goddess, the Goddess in relation to other aspects of American culture (Feminism, Christianity, Witchcraft etc.) and the Goddess in contemporary America.

My contribution to the book, titled "Ariadne in America," looks at how this particular goddess has come to a new land along with her people. We can live in one place and still connect with others: The divine feminine knows no borders.

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Paperback $16.95 / £10.99

ISBN 978-1-78279-925-2


E-book $2.99 / £2.99

ISBN 978-1-78279-924-5

Reader love for The Goddess in America:

An exciting look at the many faces of Goddess in America, from the indigenous and the imported, to the “rewritten” goddesses. Also covered: Goddess as perceived variously by American feminists, psychologists, shamans, Christians, and others. Highly informative and well written.


|| Jerri Studebaker, author, Switching to Goddess and Breaking the Mother Goose Code

Astute new voices with fresh vision carrying the torch forward for the Sacred Feminine. Excited by the rich diversity between two covers. Touches many of the bases.


|| Karen Tate, author, Goddess Calling and Voices of the Sacred Feminine

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