Elder Priestess PHYLLIS CUROTT is the creator of "The Declaration of Dignity and Equal Rights for Women" and the Vice Chair emerita of the Parliament of World Religions. She is an author, attorney, and activist, and the founder of the Temple of Ara, one of the oldest Wiccan traditions in America. Phyllis is a graduate of Brown University and she holds a law degree from New York University School of Law.
"An engaging memoir of magic and self-discovery... [Book of Shadows] presents some fine insights into the role Witchcraft plays in the complex milieu of American religion/" - Kirkus Review"Phyllis Curott has succeed in putting together a book this is both entertaining and informative -- a recommended read for any aspiring with." - Janet Farrar, coauthoer of The Withces' Goddess."Wise words from a smart and savy priestess of the Goddess; the writing is beautiful, the rituals deep and compelling." - Margot Adler, author of Drawing Down the Moon