Episode 80 – Call and Response
In this month’s episode, we’re responding to some of our listener mail and feedback. We’ll talk about interfaith relationships, doing magical research, folk magic in the Western U.S., and address some questions about technical issues with the show.
Download: Episode 80 – Call and Response
Some of the books and resources mentioned include:
- Buying the Wind, by Richard Dorson
- Saints of Sage & Saddle, by Austin and Alta Fife
- The Refiner’s Fire, by John Brooke
- Latter-Day Lore, by Tom Mould
- A Republic of Mind and Spirit, by Catherine Albanese
- The Ways of my Grandmothers, by Beverly Hungry Wolf
- Liz Christy’s The Tarot Lady site
- Lakefront Pagan Voice’s excellent tarot sections
- For Pacific NW lore and magic, you can also check out Sarah Lawless and Jen Rue, who both have lovely and informative blogs on the region.
- We also mention the Ecopagan project and its position statement on the environment
Cory will be holding talks/discussions which you might find interesting at:
- Greater New Orleans Pagan Pride Day (Saturday, October 10th, 2015) – Featuring the luminous S.J. Tucker (and lil ole me)!
- The American Folklore Society’s Annual Meeting (Oct. 14-17th, 2015, in Long Beach, California) – I’m presenting on the Krampuslauf festival on SaturdayDon’t forget to follow us at Twitter! And check out our Facebook page! For those who are interested, we also now have a page on Pinterest you might like, called “The Olde Broom.”Promos & MusicAdditional songs in this program include “Rootless” and “Darker State of Grace,” by S.J. Tucker. You can see Sooj in New Orleans in October at the Greater New Orleans Pagan Pride Day event.
- Title music: “Homebound,” by Jag, from Cypress Grove Blues. From Magnatune.
- If you have feedback you’d like to share, email us or leave a comment. We’d love to hear from you!