Lydia M N Crabtree has a degrees and concentrations in organizational psychology, journalism, and Shakespearean Theater (NGCSU, 1994). She has a background that includes and is not limited to working in battered women’s shelters, as well as, being a thriver of incest and severe physical childhood abuse. Crabtree writes on ideas around paganism as it intersects with leadership, ministry, the disabled, family covens, persons recovering from PTSD and Major Depression. Her writing reflects a life filled with a wide range of different experiences. Currently, Crabtree writes on her own blog Pagan Guerilla Ministry, Family Coven on Spirit1 Ezine, and Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft on Patheos Pagan Portal. Her first book, Family Coven: Birthing Hereditary Witchcraft was released in 2015 and is available on Amazon, although Crabtree has been published in various anthologies around racism and consent culture. She has also been featured in a previous years Llewellyn Almanac. Crabtree is an ordained High Priestess and part of Willow Dragonstone Community in the Gwinnett County area of Georgia. Crabtree travels with Alice the Pagan Service Dog and both can be found on Facebook and Twitter or through lydiamncrabtree.com. #DiaWrites


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