A new collection of nature-inspired prayers, mythic incantations, stories, and pagan poetry from bestselling author, and rising star in the world of Witches, Danielle Dulsky Bones & Honey is a Witch’s devotional, a sort of “chicken soup for the heathen soul” that can be sipped slowly or devoured. Founder of the Hag School, Dulsky has created a collection of incantations and prayers that will resonate with anyone looking to soothe the wounds of modernity with eco-devotional language, spellwork, and daily spiritual nourishment. The book is organized around thirteen archetypes and their themes, ranging from the Mountain Mage (solitude) and Heathen Queen (empowerment and sovereignty) to the Shepherd (nurturing and self-love) and Wild Lovers (sensuality). It ultimately carries readers to the “third road,” the unforeseen way that arises from the tension between opposites, and invites them to gather bones from the ground and honey from the hive to brew a sweet broth of decay and renewal. In a world marred by a pandemic, war, climate collapse, and food shortages, Bones & Honey offers healing words and inspiration to the expanding movement of those who are returning to slow, simple living and cultivating an Earth-inspired, sustainable, and less-consumer-focused existence. This is pagan poetry as medicine for apocalyptic times.