Bahuvrihi (aka Nettle at Walking a Moonlit Path) is a kitchen witch, yoga instructor, and eclectic pagan. She started exploring herbs and the magic of cooking and kitchen while still in high school. Having been raised outside of a traditional “church” setting, she struggled with the idea and value of ritual for the longest time. It wasn't until yoga and her personal work with the Atman (the Self) that she started to believe there might be some value in that “Kabalistic stuff” - or even ritual itself. According to Bahuvrihi, "[m]agic is the study of the self and our connection to the world around us [and] how you find that path is up to you."
Coyvere (aka Chris Bradley) - Coyvere is a pagan who works in the Hellenic and Hermetic traditions. He is a lifelong student of the Kabala and has become a "marryin' and buryin'" priest for friends, family, and clan. A master of nothing, Coyvere admits to knowing a few things about metaphysics, the evolution of the soul, ritual development, warding, and beer. His lifelong goal is to become a strange and interesting grandparent.
Onyx Selkie - Onyx is an eclectic pagan from the Ozarks. Among her favorite spiritual topics to study are sacred geometry, psychometry, and literary magic. Her hobbies include reading, drawing, cooking, and playing the piano. Onyx is currently studying for a degree in veterinary biomedical science.
Ing Venning - Ing (also known as Johnny Chapel, Desert Harrington, Vanamee Jones, J. Cloud Miller, Scant Montagne, and Ruddigore Lee Redt, among others) is an eclectic pagan minister/priest, writer, tutor, and parent. He is the author of The Wheel of the Year (a series of novels), as well as a short story collection (Between Hospitals) and a poetry collection (Lexemes and Numerals).