Ashley Nicole Hunter

Editor, Author, Priestess of Words

Fundraiser Highlight: Anomalous Thracian

Outside events are nice, too, but I’m really glad to see the rise of more Pagan conventions indoors. I think they’re more accessible to handicapped and elderly members of our community (and air conditioning is amazing).

Many Gods West

As mentioned previously, we’ll be highlighting as many fundraisers for Many Gods West as we can.  While we’ve tried to keep costs for attending as low as possible, travel isn’t cheap!

Our Third Highlight?

ThrakeAnomalous Thracian,  one of our presenters and a very fantastic person!

He’s the founder of, an important site of columns and information for the polytheist movement, and has written for PaganSquare, The Wild Hunt, and for the polytheist journal Walking The Worlds

From his fundraising site:

“…a sudden and costly interstate move and unforeseen household medical costs have presented financial obstacles in the Thracian actually -getting- to the event.

Here’s where you come in:

please help out as you can by donating or sharing this campaign on social media, to help pay for the Thracian’s airfare and food. (The campaign goal is set to cover travel costs and food only, not lodging…

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This entry was posted on July 11, 2015 by in Uncategorized.

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