My friend, fellow Pagan and professional mortician Mortellus has an interesting book set to be released in February 2021, and I'm thrilled to have contributed a little on grief and chaplaincy. Titled Do I Have to Wear Black? Rituals, Customs and Funerary Etiquette for Modern Pagans, the book looks at various Pagan traditions and their beliefs and rituals around death and dying. I was fortunate to contribute about grieving as a Pagan as well as working as a Pagan chaplain.
"Grief and death are difficult topics for our society, and this is true even for some Pagans. It was important to contribute to this book because I know there are resources and support available for Pagans, and I wish I had known that in the midst of my own grief. By sharing what I've learned, I hope it helps someone who is in pain and feels alone."
Congrats to Mortellus on the forthcoming publication, and order your copy here!