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Cat Treadwell is a Druid Priest living in Derbyshire, England with her partner and animal family. She is a professional ritual celebrant and multifaith worker, travelling throughout the East Midlands and beyond. Her first book, 'A Druid's Tale', is out now. Cat is a Trustee of The Druid Network, as well as Regional Coordinator for the East Midlands Pagan Federation and member of OBOD. She is a regular speaker on BBC Radio, and has appeared on BBC News representing The Druid Network and East Midlands Ambulance Service. Cat welcomes questions and comments - please feel free to get in touch!
Shirl Sazynski was trained by the Gods and has been practicing the Norse magical and priestly art of seidhr (trance journeying) for over a decade. Her column on seidhr, "One-Eyed Cat", runs in Witches and Pagans Magazine since June 2015.
A wife of Odin, oracle, icon painter and author, her work has appeared in popular and pagan media outlets for the last fifteen years, including Sacred Hoop, Idunna, Eternal Haunted Summer, Oak Leaves and books from Bibliotheca Alexandrina. She teaches workshops around the US, and was a popular presenter at PantheaCon 2015.
Sebastian Lokason (formerly known as Nornoriel) is an artisan, author, and diviner; he has been a pagan and occultist for over twenty years. He is in his mid-thirties and lives with his spirit-husband and their cat in New Haven, Connecticut. His official website can be found at http://www.sebastianlokason.com with a list of forthcoming projects, events he’ll be attending, and so forth. His personal blog can be found at https://sebastianlokason.wordpress.com/
K. A. Laity is an all-purpose writer, medievalist, journalist, Fulbrighter, social media maven for Broad Universe, and author of ROOK CHANT: COLLECTED WRITINGS ON WITCHCRAFT & PAGANISM, DREAM BOOK, UNQUIET DREAMS, OWL STRETCHING, CHASTITY FLAME, PELZMANTEL, UNIKIRJA, and many more stories, essays, plays and short humour. Find out more at www.kalaity.com and find her on Facebook or Twitter.