Dubbed by Publishers Weekly as "a witch to watch," Dorothy Morrison is the award-winning author of numerous books on the Ancient Arts and their application to modern life. She's won several awards for her writing, and has become a favorite of readers and critics from all walks of life. Some say it's because of the easily appreciated conversational tone she applies to her work. Others say it's her down-to-earth and humorous approach to the subject matter. But regardless of the debate, all agree on one thing: Whether in her writing or her interaction with the public, it's Morrison's personal style that makes her memorable. And it's that same sort of charm and grace that has some folks calling her "The Julia Sugarbaker of Paganism."
A practicing Witch since the early seventies, Morrison is an elder of the Georgian Tradition of Wicca, and an initiate of the RavenMyst Circle Tradition. Group memberships aside, though, her true focus has always been on the use of magic and its practical application to everyday living; so much so, in fact, that she collaborated with Coventry Creations to develop her own line of candles and oils - a product line known asWicked Witch Mojo – and created the Hexology spell jar line.