Does the wild call to you? Does it whisper to your soul?

Wild witchcraft is about returning to the wilds and the magic that resides there. It isn’t always pretty nor is it tame but there is a beauty that can only be found within the wild landscapes of the world and the soul, a power undiminished. We are wild things, are we not? Come and join me, let us howl at the moon and walk barefoot beneath the trees, for we witches are wild things!

About Me

I am a witch, obeah woman and vodouisant, practising a mix of traditions that fully represents my heritage. I live in the middle of England in a small rural town where my weirdness is well known! You can find me in the woods, out by the river, sometimes collecting this or that, often muttering to myself, quite often talking to a tree or bird.

I write for Gods & Radicals, The House of Twigs, Witch Way Magazine and also here.

I survive on coffee, good books and beautiful tarot decks.


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