Silver RavenWolf

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Silver RavenWolf
Born (1956-09-11) September 11, 1956 (age 58)
Occupation author

Silver RavenWolf (born September 11, 1956), born Jenine E. Trayer, is an American New Age, Magic and Witchcraft author and lecturer who focuses on Neo-Wicca.

Career[edit]

RavenWolf was a member of the Serpent Stone Family, and received her Third Degree Initiation as a member of that coven. She is the leader of the Black Forest Circle and Seminary, an organization containing several covens spanning the United States and Canada.

She has appeared as a lecturer and workshop facilitator at events in the Neo-Pagan community. She has been active in Wiccan anti-discrimination issues.[1][2] She is also a Powwower, having adopted the Pennsylvania Dutch practice in a neo-Pagan context.[3]

RavenWolf is the author of 17 books on Wicca and Paganism in general. She has also written several novels. Currently, her books have been translated into Czech, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, Hungarian, Dutch and Portuguese. She is the director of the Wiccan/Pagan Press Alliance Midnight Drive.[4]

Personal life[edit]

She is married and has four children. She currently resides in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania.

Bibliography[edit]

Non-Fiction[edit]

Spanish titles[edit]

  • Hechizos Para El Amor
  • Hechizos Para la Prosperidad
  • Hechizos Para la Proteccion
  • Jovenes y Brujas: Un Manual Practico de Brujeria Para Jovenes
  • Montarse en una Escoba de Plata
  • Como preparar un Caldero Magico

Hungarian titles[edit]

  • Tiniboszorkányok

Dutch titles[edit]

  • Magische Krachten
  • Het Derde Oog
  • Sleutel tot het Kwaad
  • Engelen magische metgezellen

Fiction[edit]

Witches' Chillers series:

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ AREN Website
  2. ^ Hour of the Witch By Steve Wohlberg, p. 127
  3. ^ Powwowing Among the Pennsylvania Dutch: A Traditional Medical Practice in the Modern World by David W. Kriebel (2007) Pennsylvania State University Press p. 41
  4. ^ The International Directory of Little Magazines and Small Presses by Len Fulton

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