Hey, Vulture Culture folks! This is just some of the art supplies (including LOTS AND LOTS of hide pieces, bones, skulls, and other specimens) that will be available during both open-to-the-public and event-only vendors’ market hours at FaerieWorlds at the Cuthbert Ampitheater in Eugene, OR next week, June 17-19. (I’ll also have some completed tails, ears, masks, … Continue reading WHO NEEDS DEAD STUFF?Read more
Tarot of Bones 2022 Twelve-Month Readings Are a Go!
It’s that time of year again! While you can get a twelve-month Tarot of Bones reading from me anytime, the New Year is definitely the most popular, and each year I get more and more requests. Because these take a LOT of mental energy as well as time, and because I am extra busy with … Continue reading Tarot of Bones 2022 Twelve-Month Readings Are a Go!Read more
Now Taking Offers on Cave Painting Models!
Hi, all–long time, no chat! I’ve been busy in other areas of my life, trying to rebalance myself as the pandemic continues to wreak havoc on both my professional and personal life. (I’m doing okay, just BUSY!) One of the ways I’ve been keeping my sanity more or less intact has been through customizing Breyer … Continue reading Now Taking Offers on Cave Painting Models!Read more
New Edition of Nature Spirituality From the Ground Up Now Available!
I’m pleased to announce that the new, updated and annotated edition of Nature Spirituality From the Ground Up is now available as a paperback and ebook at https://thegreenwolf.com/books/nature-spirituality-from-the-ground-up/! Originally published in 2016 by Llewellyn, it went out of print earlier this year and I received the rights back. So I made a new, self-published edition … Continue reading New Edition of Nature Spirituality From the Ground Up Now Available!Read more
Betting On the Ponies
If you’ve been paying attention to my social media or my shop links at all, you may have noticed that I haven’t really been posting much in the way of new hide and bone art for the past year or so. It’s not that I’ve stopped; I still make some fun things for my Patrons … Continue reading Betting On the PoniesRead more
“Plant and Fungus Spirits” – Updated and Annotated Edition Now Available!
Hey, everyone! My book Plant and Fungus Totems, originally published via Llewellyn, went out of print earlier this year. I’ve since updated and annotated it and released a new edition as Plant and Fungus Spirits. In addition to adding bits of new information or making other small changes, I’ve also removed the term “totem” other … Continue reading “Plant and Fungus Spirits” – Updated and Annotated Edition Now Available!Read more
Online Mushroom Identification Class This October!
Want to learn how to identify edible mushrooms? I’m offering a two-hour beginner-friendly class via Zoom! You have two options for time slots: Sunday, October 18 from 2:00pm – 4:00pm PST Tuesday, October 20 from 5:30pm – 7:30pm PST You’ll learn about how to find and identify these tasty fungi, as well as some of … Continue reading Online Mushroom Identification Class This October!Read more
Yes, You Can Be Part of Vulture Culture!
I recently got an email from someone who was interested in Vulture Culture, but felt like they couldn’t actually be a participating member of this “fandom” unless they were tanning their own hides and cleaning their own bones and otherwise processing their own specimens. It’s not the first time I’ve run into this, either. It’s … Continue reading Yes, You Can Be Part of Vulture Culture! →Read more
Updated Editions of Early Books Now Available!
I am pleased to announce that I have released updated and annotated editions of my three earliest books: Fang and Fur, Blood and Bone; DIY Animism (formerly DIY Totemism); and Skin Spirits! These were originally published between 2006 and 2009 by Megalithica Books, an imprint of Immanion Press. My parting with them is on good … Continue reading Updated Editions of Early Books Now Available! →Read more
Home Base: Place Altars As Connections to Wilderness
Note: This post was originally posted on No Unsacred Place in 2011, and then later Paths Through the Forests. I am moving it over here so I can have more of my writings in one place. I am not a huge fan of “nature” as being separate from humanity. The perceived divide of “natural” and “artificial” … Continue reading Home Base: Place Altars As Connections to Wilderness →Read more