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I'm currently working on a new article (after way too long a hiatus, I know) and if all goes well, I'll have that for you next week. There are a number of issues and topics that have caught my attention, I have a few projects in the works,  plus I still owe the final article in my 'honoring city spirits' series.  That's all in progress and i'm hoping to post weekly  now that my school term is nearly finished,  but in the meantime, i wanted to make a brief announcement.


I'm not sure how many of you read my other blog but if you're a frequent sojourner there, you'll know that I've recently become the co-host of a polytheist-focused radio show. That's right: the show is called "Wyrd Ways Radio' and on the first and third Wednesday of each month, my co-host Laura Patsouris (author of "Weaving Memory: A Guide to Honoring the Ancestors) and I chat with Pagans, Heathens, and Polytheists on the cutting edge of contemporary developing poly-theology. Past guests have included Sannion (, Raven Kaldera (, and upcoming guests include Ochani-Lele ( and P. Sufenus Virius Lupus ( to name but a few. We talk, argue, raise hell and we have  grand time doing it too!


So check us out here: I keep all previous episodes archived on my site as well as bios of all my guests and other useful information too.

For those who want to catch us live, check out on the first and third wednesdays of each month. The show airs at 10EST/9CST/7PST.  We generally take callers too so don't be shy; come and join in the conversation.








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 Galina Krasskova is a Heathen priest, author, and Northern Tradition shaman. She holds a Masters degree in Religious Studies and is currently working toward a PhD in Classics. Galina is the author of several books including “Essays in Modern Heathenry” and “Skalded Apples: A Devotional Anthology to Idunna and Bragi.”
(Photo by Hudson Valley photographer Mary Ann Glass.)


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