Hi, and welcome!
I’m a queer Pagan librarian [they/them pronouns], finding magic in the mundane, working with the land, sea and sky to craft meaningful relationship here and now.
I have an MA from Cambridge in religious studies specializing in the evolutionary psychology of religious belief. I contributed an essay to the anthology Godless Paganism: Voices of Non-Theistic Pagans edited by John Halstead (Lulu, 2016), and have also been featured on the Humanistic Paganism blog.
I can generally be found walking the woods, fens and marshes of East Anglia, or curling up somewhere with a good book.