Jesus, Muhammad and the Goddess

I am a contributor to this recent publication

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available now at

The Girl God

Contributors include:
Dr. Amina Wadud, Andrew Gurevich, Anna Ruiz, Bonnie Odiorne, Ph.D., Carol P. Christ, Ph.D., Dominique Christina, Donna Snyder, Glenys Livingstone, Ph.D., Helen Hye-Sook Hwang, Ph.D., Rev. Dr. Karen Tate, Kelly Stewart Hall, Kim Mohiuddin, Laurence Galian, Liona Rowan,
Lisa Artis, Marianne Widmalm, Marilyn McFarlane, Mary Petiet, Mary Saracino, Monette Chilson, Nano Boye Nagle, Nicola O’Hanlon, Noor-un-nisa Gretasdottir, Patty Kay, Penny-Anne Beaudoin, Poet on Watch, Rachael Patterson, Shahla Khan Salter, Shehnaz Zindabad, Susan Klahr, Susan Morgaine, Susannah Gregan, Tamara Albanna, Trista Hendren, Vanessa Rivera de la Fuente, Victoria A. Brownworth and Wynn Manners.

Edited by Trista Hendren, Pat Daly and Noor-un-nisa Gretasdottir.
Cover Art by Arna Baartz

My essay is entitled Exodus 1980 Revisited, originally written in 1994:

She then held up her glass and proposed a toast:

” To the Crone, the Wise One, who enables us to cut the cords. May her Wisdom also guide our cutting.

To the Virgin, the New Beginning … may She grow virulently in the rich compost. may She protect our tender new skins.

To the Mother who is Sustainer, Creator … may our Creativity be extravagant and exuberant. Anything is possible. May we understand that we can/do right now create the future.”

And the women wiped their tears and drank to it.

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