About Lisa

I’m a Witch, a Priestess, and soon-to-be world traveler. In late 2021, after living in the Pacific Northwest for more than 25 years, I’m retiring from working for others and heading to Portugal to create a new life.

I am the author of many books: CyberCoven.Org (self-published, 2004 [oop]), The Virtual Pagan (Red Wheel/Weiser, 2002 [oop]), and Magickal Connections: Creating a Healthy and Lasting Spiritual Group (New Page, 2007).  In early 2021 I re-published The Virtual Pagan 2.0 after a massive revision. My newest book, tentatively titled Crafting Your Practice, is due out from Llewellyn publications in the Fall of 2022.

I coordinated the Review Circle for The Beltane Papers for seven years which became the model for Facing North: A Community Resource, the web space I founded in 2006. There we offer hundreds of reviews items of interest to the Pagan/New Age/Spiritual community.

Over the years I have contributed articles to several magazines, including Witches & Pagans, SageWoman, PanGaia, newWitch, and The Blessed Bee. I have contributed to several Llewellyn annuals and several anthologies, including Magic on the Edge (Immanion Press, 2006), the Pop Culture Grimoire (Immanion Press, 2008), and The Pagan Leadership Anthology (Immanion Press, 2016).

Since 2000 I have led JaguarMoon coven. together we teach the Art of Ritual class, a year long course of “witchcraft 101”. Together we celebrate the seasons, work magick, and share the Mysteries in a unique, mentor-based setting.

3 thoughts on “About Lisa

  1. ramblingwoods

    I love to go read ‘the about’ sections as you never know what you will find. I don’t think I know anything about this..but I will have to take a look…interesting… Michelle

  2. Violetcrone

    Congratulations on a year… I had BC in 1980 and am still here growing into a very happy crone. Take care and know you still have lots of time to enjoy life.

  3. Laura

    Hope you are doing well. Found your editor name in what is now Curlie. (was ODP/ dmoz). Came to visit your site and say hello. The directory is up and running independently now. A lot of sites in the Pagan categories are gone and not found again. I think this is due to marketing and commercialism. There are far fewer sites which don’t try to sell something rather than exist for public information alone.

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