Described by readers as rich, thoughtful, deeply reflective, fearless, honest and “some of the best writing in the Pagan blogging field,” Holy Wild by Alison Leigh Lilly has become one of the most popular Druid blogs online.
Brandy Williams centers her work on the insight gained through love: love of the embodied self, love for partners and community, and the love of the gods that is the gateway into the world of spirit.
Humanistic paganism, also called naturalistic paganism, is a unique pagan orientation for those who are uncomfortable with or skeptical of the supernatural or metaphysical elements of contemporary paganism.
Medusa Coils is the blog of Judith Laura, an author of three print Goddess books and two novels. The novels were originally published in print and are now also available as ebooks.
The WoodsPriestess blog by Molly Remer, a birthworker, is about exploring the intersection between nature, the Goddess, art, and poetry as well as the practical work of priestessing.
The Pagan Beanstalk is a blog site containing the author’s musings on religion, magical studies, green pharmacy and many more topics. Modern holidays in their ancient forms are discussed, with explanations offered as to how the old Pagan celebrations became Christian days of observance.
PaganNews.com started in 2003. Since 2012, it has largely been running on automatic. When the site became the property of Frokkle in 2015, the decision was taken to modernize and re-energize the site.
PagansWorld is a website intended to engage readers in alternative religions and philosophies, regardless of a person’s path. As a non-profit community, PagansWorld is committed to researching and publishing articles on a wide variety of world faiths, and in doing so, brings together people from all belief systems.
Since 2004, The Wild Hunt has been a popular news blog site for modern Paganism, Heathenry, Polytheism and other revivalist religions. In addition to Paganism, the site also explores Aleister Crowley’s Thelema philosophy, Vodou, Santeria, and various other expressions of the occult.