Today's Watery Wednesday focuses on community news for Pagans, Heathens, polytheists, pantheists and all our allies! North Carolina Pagans in the spotlight; Pagan interfaith progress; a new book on devotional polytheism; real vs "fake" names on Facebook.

It's October, the season when mainstream culture focuses on Paganism. This week, the Tarheel state seems to be in the focus. Kelley Harrell describes contemporary Witchcraft in this piece at a Raleigh website. The Asheville Citizen-Times highlights an unique program that includes Witches (like H Byron Ballard) in a program that shares various religions in a once-a-year program to local high school students.

The Druid Network reports that it (and the Pagan Federation) were recently admitted into the Interfaith Network in the UK. IFN works to promote understanding, cooperation and good relations between organizations and persons of different faiths in the UK. Congratulations!

Galina Krasskova announces the publication of a book she has authored on devotional polytheism.

The Wild Hunt covers the recent "real name" controversy at Facebook, and its significance for Pagans.