Become a Contributor to PrayWithYourFeet.org

I am pleased to announce that PrayWithYourFeet.org now has two new contributors, Jason Espada and Yvonne Aburrow. If you would like to be a contributor to PrayWithYourFeet.org, send an email to me by clicking on this link.

Jason Espada is a writer and classical musician living in San Francisco. He is a steward of his father’s photography, and the founder of abuddhistlibrary.com. His writing has appeared in LevekunstTikkunLatino RebelsBuddha Weekly, and Patheos. Over the years, he’s made a number of recordings of Buddhist teachings, and these days his focus is on the connection between spirituality and social action. His new website is jasonespada.com.

Jason’s first essay on PrayWithYourFeet.org, “Bridging the Divide Between Politics and Spirituality,” was published yesterday.

Many of my readers already know Yvonne Aburrow.  Yvonne has been a Pagan since 1985 and a Wiccan since 1991. She has an MA in Contemporary Religions and Spiritualities from Bath Spa University, and lives and works in Oxford, UK. She has written four books on the mythology and folklore of trees, birds, and animals, and two anthologies of poetry. She is the editor of the Theologies of Immanence wiki, a collaborative project for creating grass-roots Pagan theology. Her most recent books are All Acts of Love and Pleasure: inclusive Wicca and Pagan Consent Culture: Building Communities of Empathy and Autonomy with Christine Hoff Kraemer.

If you would like to be a contributor to PrayWithYourFeet.org, send an email to us by clicking on this link.

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