ravenhawks' magazine

Ravenhawks’ Magazine began as a printed news letter in 2002  for about 15 recipients  that offered space for advertisements and gave information on the up coming sabbats. It offered something for everyone. Recipes, craft ideas, monthly horoscopes, correspondences for the sabbats. poetry and book reviews. It grew from that into a 80 page printed magazine that was offered free in several new age stores, it never lasted more than a day or two. This was a one woman job that was rapidly expanding. On the last printing of the magazine in 2004, 150 copies were printed and distributed. As the Editor, printer and chief writer I could not keep up with it so decided until I could find an easier format I would put it on hold for a bit. In 2007 I began the newsletter again but as an e-mail subscription. It has grown into the E-Zine that is currently being published. I am fortunate to have many good writers and editors working with me to make the magazine an exciting experience. We have kept the format of writing about magick, spirituality, conscious living, healing, divination, foods, crafts and decorating ideas that can be Incorporated into the Sabbat celebrations. We have added reviews of artist and musician, books for all ages, games, movies and music that may entertain and inform the young wizard and witch as well as the seasoned practitioner.  We also feature information about clothing, household goods and other things that are manufactured with an eye to being environmentally friendly or as we like to call it eco-friendly. We have also added reviews of business that put their employees, the environment and the community they are in as a priority in developing and running their business.

We welcome subscribers and feedback on how well we are doing. We hope to tempt you to take a peek at our magazine.

Dyanna Wyndesong

17 responses to “About

  1. Hi Dyanna, thank you so much for visiting my blog and reblogging a post. I really appreciate that. You have an amazing site and content! Looking forward to more 🙂 – Faye

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  2. I’m so glad you found me (through my Halloween story) so that now I’ve found you and your blog. It’s inspirational. Keep it up! I published an e-zine for several years also, with my creative writing students. Loved it, but it became too much work (we had about 150 subscribers also). I now really enjoy blogging my fiction and non-fiction stories on flashes of ‘life.’ This blogging community is so fantastic.

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  3. Pingback: Thank you…Lisa | Retired? No one told me!·

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