I have only nine more days left of my pleasant sojourn in mystical magical “Witch City.” I’ll be driving away in my little red Prius on March 1. My first stop will be to visit my dear friends Cate and Frank in CT, whom I’ve known for nearly 25 years, when they used to put on the Craftwise Festival in Hartford. They had a large installation at Starwood every year when it was held at Brushwood, and I always enjoyed hanging out with them and their kids. It’s been awhile, so I’m looking forward to catching up.
I’ll be doing some more filming with Jimmy Clark at his studio in Sayreville, NJ, for his Tarot Trumps music videos, and his covers of Gwydion’s songs. Stay tuned!
I’ve been busily reaching out to friends and stores along the eastern seaboard for visits and gigs. So far, I have every day and night filled in ‘til Spring Equinox, when I’ll be serving as High Priest at an Ostara ritual at the UU Church in Richmond, VA, with HPs Michele Vogt. So far, I have book-signing gigs lined up for the following stores—with several more in negotiation:
March 2 Sat The Amber Dragon, 1 Milk St., Branchville, NJ
March 9 Sat Twisted by Nature, 207 N. Market St., Elizabethtown, PA
March 10 Sun Moon Raven Alley, 1398 Oregon Rd, Leola, PA
April 14 Sun Wicked Mojo, 1004 Green St. SW, Conyers, GA
April 28 Sun Phoenix & Dragon Bookstore, 5531 Roswell Rd. NE, Atlanta, GA
If you’re along my route and would like to see me, and can put me up for a night, please let me know! Email me with your address and phone number so I can put it in my address book and cell phone. Thanks! [email protected]
In my last entry, I talked about the visit with the delightful Devin Person, New York City’s famous “Subway Wizard.” You can listen to our interview at: https://soundcloud.com/…/wizards-of-the-world-oberon-zell
After months in Salem, I’ve managed to avoid snow all winter. But finally it caught up with me. My little car had three inches of that white fluffy stuff all over it. Very pretty, and it’s melting fast enough that I don’t have to shovel it, so I can just enjoy looking at it out the window from a nice cozy fireside.
Last night, with the full super-moon, I was conducted through a remarkable past-life regression experience. I experienced brief episodes from a life during the Black Plague, where I was with a number of people on a pilgrimage to Glastonbury. The second took me to Firenze, Italy, where I experienced scenes from the life of some artist named Leo…