Pagan Newswire Collective, their new nature and Paganism blog, No Unsacred Place.
I'll be blogging there on an irregular basis, probably about twice monthly, in a column of my own, Earth Matters. But there's a host of amazing bloggers who will also be writing regular columns and opinion pieces there, including Ali Lilly (whose project it is, and whose own blog, Meadowsweet and Myrrh, has long been one of my favorites), Heather, of Say the Trees Have Ears, and Ruby Sara, of Pagan Godspell. In addition to several of my particular favorite writers, there will also be contributions by geologist, environmentalist, and Druid Meical abAwen; by the very talented Pagan writer S.C. Amis; and by the Druid of the sacred in suburbia, John Beckett.
I suppose the trick for me will be focusing each of my blogging projects appropriately. I don't think that will actually be so difficult, in fact; Quaker Pagan Reflections will likely stay focused mainly on what's fairly obviously spiritual material, whether Pagan or Quaker in outward form. Chestnut House I will probably refocus to be quite practical, focusing even more on the nuts and bolts of living as plastic-free and non-polluting a life as I can. And the newer space, Earth Matters, I think will lend itself more to the hows and whys of environmentalism, and perhaps (my fingers are crossed) to a few interviews with local farmers, activists, and environmentalists of various sorts.
If you head over to Earth Matters at the moment, you will find two posts ready and waiting for you. But do take the time to explore the rest of the site, too; there's a lot of talent assembled there at the moment. And for anyone who loves this planet of ours, listening to so many wise voices for change should be a real pleasure.