United Public Radio · Church of Mabus: Marilyn Evans: Priestess of Wicca & Original Founders of the Heartland Pagan Festival
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Marilyn Evans: Priestess of Wicca & Original Founders of the Heartland Pagan Festival

May 14th 8pm eastern
I worked for about 20 years in human autoimmune research (mad scientist part), then another 20 in the biologics (vaccine) and pharmaceutics industries, mainly in quality assurance (making sure we didn’t kill anyone–opposite of mad scientist, but affiliated with evil corporations). Since I retired, I’ve published a novel, Beloved Lives, my take on The Mummy for modern times; a novella, Wasting Water, a post climate change coming of age story for the anthology Undeniabe: Writers Respond to Climate Change; and a ghost, witch, and cat romantic mystery called the Ginger Bread House. I’m currently working on a space opera with a working title of The Iliad in Space. The rest of the time i work with another author as an editor for his vampire series, Bloodlines. And I garden and ride a horse (but I don’t fox hunt any more–too old, broken and cowardly). So, that’s me. By the way, I love The Church of Mabus. It’s like I found my people. By the way, I’m also a priestess of Wicca and one of the original founders of the Heartland Pagan Festival, and served as editor of the Pagan magazine The Rune for 7 years.

 

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