Four New Books about Goddesses


  • Asphodel Long University College of St Mark and St John



Neo-Paganism, feminist witchcraft, goddesses


The first three of these reviews originally appeared in Wood and Water, a feminist influenced Goddess-centered pagan magazine from England which has been appearing for over twenty years. The review of Concept of the Goddess first appeared in the Spring 1997 issue, that of The Faces of the Goddess in the Spring 1998 issue, and of Ancient Goddesses in the Winter Solstice 1998 issue.

Author Biography

Asphodel Long, University College of St Mark and St John

Asphodel (Pauline) Long received a degree in Theology at London University in 1983 at the age of 62. In 1996 she was the first Sophia Fellow at the University College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth. She is a founder member of the European Society of Women in Theological Research. She is the author of In a A Chariot Drawn by Lions: The Search for the Female in Deity (The Women's Press, London. 1992). Asphodel has been called a grandmother of the Goddess Movement in Great Britain.




How to Cite

Long, A. (2020). Four New Books about Goddesses. Pomegranate, 38–50.



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