Danielle Dulsky is an artist, teacher, and writer. A longtime activist for wild woman spirituality and the divine feminine's return, she leads women's circles, Witchcraft workshops, energy healing trainings, and basic and advanced yoga teacher trainings.
"Danielle Dulsky has dared to reclaim [the word witch] in
this deeply alchemical and passionate book. Not only does she brave
the word, but she also restores the rich, embodied meanings and
uses it inspires. Dulsky speaks from deep in her soul to deep in
-- Deborah Kampmeier, Full Moon Films, writer and director of SPLiT
"A whimsical handbook to reclaiming the lost art of feminine magic -- medicine that our world sorely needs."
-- Sara Avant Stover, author of The Way of the Happy Woman
"In this engaging, bold, and intimate book, Danielle Dulsky provides keys to unlock ancient portals behind which perilous and pivotal treasures await."
-- Bill Plotkin, author of Soulcraft
"In Dulsky's bright debut, the women's spirituality movement of the early 1990s, as exemplified in books like Women Who Run with the Wolves and Goddesses in Everywoman, is reoffered with a gentle nod to 2017's conception of gender, while still retaining the aesthetic of an imagined birthright of feminine power from an earlier time."
-- Publishers Weekly
"I love this book -- and that is a big deal for me to say. . . . I've read countless tomes aimed at teaching witchcraft and it takes a lot to impress me these days. But Woman Most Wild by Danielle Dulsky really did."
-- Lucya Starza, A Bad Witch's Blog