America's most renowned Wiccan shares the beliefs and practices of this sacred feminine spirituality in an introductory book.
Phyllis Curott is one of America's first public Wiccan Priestesses, an attorney, and author whose groundbreaking books, published in fourteen countries, made Wicca accessible to the world and awakened an entire generation to the Goddess. Phyllis was named one of the "Ten Gutsiest Women of the Year'"alongside Hilary Clinton, by Jane Magazine. She was inducted into the Martin Luther King, Jr. Collegium of Clergy and Scholars. New York Magazine declared Curott's teaching the culture's "next big idea". Widely covered in the international media, Time recently published her as one of "America's leading voices". She is Vice Chair Emerita of the 2015 Parliament of the World's Religions and founder of the Temple of Ara. Curott received her degree in philosophy from Brown University and her Juris Doctor from New York University.