Hag Stone Journal is your weekly guide to folklore and seasonal observance. To inspire your engagement and connection, Hag Stone Journal offers multiple interactive activities like journal prompts, meditations, handicrafts, rituals, home projects, activism, and adventure prompts, around a weekly theme.
Heather Gray (she/her) has a natural talent for creating meaningful learning experiences. educator in Philadelphia, designing and teaching courses on a spectrum of topics from intersectional social justice to the science of happiness, poetry, women in media, and game design. She attended Goddard College, earning her degree in Women’s Studies with a minor in Game Design. Heather has designed several feminist games, including Charmwood, an intersectional feminist roleplaying game.
Heather is a queer white cis woman. Her research on history, folklore, mythology, and feminism has influenced and informed her body of work, personal aesthetic, and her project, Hag Stone Journal– a weekly guide to folklore and seasonal observance.