I love what you do. After years of my borrowing other people's copies of WDDTY to read, a friend paid for my subscription for a year as a birthday present. I've just read my first issue (May 2001, vol 12 no 2). It is gorgeous, but I'm distressed that
As a general rule (and, of course, there are exceptions to this), I translate 'witch' as 'wise woman' or 'wise man'. Surely it is our ancient and modern day witches that we have to thank for all the 'self help' alternatives that you publish every month.
To help distinguish and make clearer the difference between witches and other less noble people (although everyone is where they are at and needn't be judged for that), I am aware that witches "mend all that is broken and find all that is lost". A book called Wise Child by Monica Furling is a must for anyone who truly cares about our planet and how to assist in its healing.
Thanks and big love. Kate, Leeds........