Ostara is one of the oldest Pagan rites of Spring, spanning multiple cultures and with roots that can be detected in many of today's most popular Easter festivities. Covering the history, rituals, mythology, and modern incarnations of Ostara, this course provides a comprehensive guide to the sacred (and equally mysterious) celebration, as well as the tools with which to plant your own seeds for year-round joy and prosperity.
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Emily Linstrom is a solitary strega currently living in Italy. An NYC-based artist for 8 years, Em has since devoted her time and travels (and sometimes time travel) to her writing, compelled by a long-standing love of history, folklore, and the pursuit of magic in a modern world. Her work has been featured in Three Rooms Press, Nailed Magazine, Rogue Agent Journal, Prick of the Spindle, Queen Mob's Teahouse, Scrutiny Journal, Flapperhouse, Homestead Review, American Slander, Nature Studies Journal, The Wayward Post, and Yes Poetry, as October's 2015/2016 featured poet. She was the first prize recipient of Pulp Literature Press's 2015 The Raven short story contest, and is a regular contributor for Quail Bell Magazine.