Episode One: Introductions

Published September 29, 2013 by The Forest's Edge


Show Notes:

In this first episode, Betwixt and Between introduce themselves and compare their histories as Witches leading up to present day.

Show Host Bios:

Betwixt is a mother, wife, grad student and witch living a stone’s throw from Between in the American South. Her witch’s cottage is a spirit-filled late Victorian farmhouse that is now smack in the midst of a city. A dog, two cats, sundry houseplants and many, many spiders also share her home. Betwixt is hopelessly in love with making new things and finding old things. Her craft is also informed by her ancestry in the British Isles, her travels, local ecology, and her childhood living here, there and everywhere, but mostly beside the ocean.

Between is a massage therapist, fiber artist, writer, mother of one amazing little daughter, and wife of one particularly Hobbit-like man, living about a mile as the owl flies from Betwixt in the rolling green hills of the American South. Her human family shares their mid-twentieth-century brick Tudor cottage with three dogs, three cats, two snakes, a growing school of small freshwater fish, and a barely controlled stash of yarn and fabric. Always with each foot, and possibly one or both hands, in a different world, and never without a project (especially knitting), Between’s craft is informed by her Brittish Isles heritage, her Catholic, Anglican, and Buddhist/Hindu family heritage, her love of dance and books and music, the really disorganized, overgrown, and otherwise left to its own devices garden surrounding her home, and the land beneath her feet, wherever they touch down.


3 comments on “Episode One: Introductions

  • I’ve just found you ladies through Cory Hutcheson on the New World Witchery blog. Your experiences and willingness to share are so very much appreciated. As a midwestern born and raised girl to London transplant, I’m navigating my experiences in this new(and beloved) landscape and how they inform my practice and belief on a daily basis, and it is wonderful to listen to others experiences with similar daily challenges and joys. Keep up the good work ladies!

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