Kenya Coviak – Editor in Chief – Detroit’s Pagan Journalist, Activist, Magical Teacher, Family-Service Worker, and the creator behind Detroit Conjure and Folk Magic Festival. Presenter ConVocation, Michigan Pagan Fest, Pagan Pride Day Detroit, Bluewater Pagan Conference, Pagan Pathways Temple, and Witchfest USA in 2018. Editor PBN News Network, Contributing writer ‘Peppermint & Sage Magazine’, ‘The Good Witch’s Guide’ by Shawn Robbins and Charity Bedell, and PBN News Network.
Rev. Jonathon S. Bellehaven; M.Th. – a licensed, ordained interfaith minister, wedding officiant, crisis intervention counselor, spiritual adviser, and co-founder of the Bellehaven Family Tradition of Witchcraft. He has been a part of the North Georgia Pagan community for more than a decade contributing to both Pagan and Interfaith projects such as the Pagan Pathways Festivals, Pagan Prison Ministry, Outward Bound, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, and North Georgia Solitaries public events. Rev. Bellehaven is most well known for being a long-time organizer of the Atlanta Pagan Marketplace of Ideas, and is a contributing writer to The Pagan Sabbat Handbook written and compiled by Charissa Iskiwitch. He’s a happily married father of two living in North Georgia.
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