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The new title from the best-selling author of Kitchen Witch and Yoga for Witches

Enchanted Journeys: Guided Meditations for Magical Transformation

by Sarah Robinson

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The Birthkeeper of Bethlehem: A Midwife's Tale

by Bridget Supple

Salome holds the birth stones and birth wisdom for the town of Bethlehem, like her mother and grandmother before her. She has helped so many babies into the world, including a baby born in a stable under the light of the brightest star anyone had ever seen. An unexpected birth which made ripples that reached across time…

“A lyrical and honest evocation of the sacred feminine …
Liz’s writing hums with the authentic passion of the feminine creative force … ”

Womancraft logoWomancraft Publishing is a revolutionary imprint dedicated to finding and sharing exciting new voices and powerful messages that are being overlooked, silenced or sanitized in traditional publishing.

The new title from Sarah Robinson, best-selling author of Yoga for Witches and Kitchen Witch

The Birthkeeper of Bethlehem

by Bridget Supple

Womancraft Publishing Book Club

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Home to Her: Walking the Transformative Path of the Sacred Feminine
– Liz Childs Kelly

“A lyrical and honest evocation of the sacred feminine … Liz’s writing hums with the authentic passion of the feminine creative force … ”

Womancraft Publishing is a revolutionary imprint dedicated to finding and sharing exciting new voices and powerful messages that are being overlooked, silenced or sanitized in traditional publishing.

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Featured Authors

Liz Childs Kelly author of Home to Her

Liz Childs Kelly

Author of Home to Her: Walking the Transformative Path of the Sacred Feminine (September 2022).

Liz Childs Kelly is a writer, award-winning researcher, educator, community builder, and host of the popular Home to Her podcast, which is dedicated to amplifying the voices of the Sacred Feminine.

Her writing has been featured in a variety of online publications, including Forbes, Mashable, Rebelle Society, Human Parts (a Medium publication), and Braided Way, as well as the Girl God Books anthology Just As I Am: Hymns Affirming the Divine Female.

An initiated priestess in the 13 Moons lineage, she also holds certifications in Reiki, as well as Vinyasa and Yin Yoga.

Liz lives in rural Virginia with her family, and can often be found exploring the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains or wandering in the woods behind her home.

Home to Her by Liz Childs Kelly, Womancraft Publishing
Bridget Supple, author of The Birthkeeper of Bethlehem, Womancraft Publishing

Bridget Supple

Author of The Birthkeeper of Bethlehem: A Midwife’s Tale (December 2022).

Bridget Supple has spent the last twenty years supporting women through all stages of pregnancy, labour, and parenting. A mother of four herself, she works as an antenatal teacher for the NCT, the NHS, in particular a major UK Maternity Hospital and Birth Companions a charity supporting pregnant women in prison. She is the founder of an information resource all about the Infant Microbiome (www.babysbiome.org) and runs workshops on parenting, brain development and hypnobirthing. She has also contributed to and worked on the International Journal of Birth and Parent Education (www.ijbpe.com) since its beginning.

Bridget learnt her skills from some of the most influential traditional childbirth figures including Robin Lim (Bumi Sehat) for birth wisdom, Angelina Martinez Miranda (traditional midwifery), and Dr Rocio Alarcon from Ecuador (rebozo and Closing the Bones).  She has attended workshops with some of the greats of childbirth such as Ina May Gaskin, Mary Cronk (breech workshop), Sheila Kitzinger (birth trauma workshop), Jean Sutton (optimal fetal positioning workshop), Andrea Robinson (Childbirth education), Gail Tully (Spinning babies).

Bridget lives in Shropshire with her husband and four children.

The Birthkeeper of Bethlehem by Bridget Supple, Womancraft Publishing

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Latest News

New website! New shop! New authors!

New website! New shop! New authors!

We are welcoming in the new here at Womancraft - a brand new website and webshop. And a flurry of new authors! Please welcome... Liz Childs Kelly, creator of the popular Home to Her podcast, author of October's title - Home to Her: Walking the Transformative Path of...

Book Club Launch!

Book Club Launch!

What’s even better than books? Sharing them with like-minded people. Announcing the launch of the brand new Womancraft Book Club! Womancraft was founded on the idea of community-building around books. We have heard from book clubs around the world that have enjoyed...

Introducing the new edition of Moon Time!

Introducing the new edition of Moon Time!

Pre-orders of the revised and updated, tenth anniversary edition of the much-loved Lucy H. Pearce title Moon Time are shipping today from HQ in Ireland. Hailed as ‘life-changing’ by women around the world, Moon Time shares an embodied understanding of the...

Celebrating a decade of Lucy H. Pearce books!

Celebrating a decade of Lucy H. Pearce books!

This May we are celebrating 10 years of Lucy H Pearce's books. Lucy writes: The first book I wrote changed my life.I have since learned that books have a tendency to do that. You start writing them because you think you know enough about the subject, and quickly find...

Featured Artist

Arla Patch, cover artist of Home to Her by Liz Childs Kelly, Womancraft Publishing
Please Abide with Me by Arla Patch, cover of Home to Her by Liz Childs Kelly, Womancraft Publishing

Arla Patch

Womancraft Publishing is proud to celebrate not just the words, but the images of talented women too.

ARLA PATCH, creator of “Please Abide with Me” on the cover of Home to Her, is an artist, writer, teacher and “creativity midwife,” using art as a tool for healing. Her own challenging history provided the source material for using creativity for personal transformation. Making art has offered a powerful opportunity for her and those with whom she has facilitated artmarking: breast cancer survivors, incarcerated women, at risk teens, and survivors of sexual abuse and domestic violence.

Arla is the author of A Body Story and Finding Ground: Girls and Women in Recovery, each of which won IPPY Awards. She also wrote A Heart Story and A Heart Story Coloring Book. 

Healing continues to be a central interest in her life as well as nurturing her spirituality. She is also an activist in the area of Indigenous Justice and a co-founding member of the Coalition of Natives and Allies. Arla is a member of Doylestown Friends Meeting (Quakers) and has a BFA, Ed and an MFA.

This piece is polymer clay; a technique she calls “coil drawing.” Her greatest joy is her grandson Anders.

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