From Sarah Whedon at Pagan Families:
Pagan Families seeks carefully written contributions on all aspects of Pagan pregnancy and childbirth. Examples of the kind of writing we are seeking include: scripts for conception rituals; theological essays on the ethics of reproduction; prayers to mother goddesses; Pagan sensitivity guides for birth professionals; personal essays on the experience of spiritual practice during pregnancy; reviews of Pagan-friendly birth resources; and Pagan birth stories. This list is by no means exhaustive. Pagan Families will publish in a blog format, using tags to organize content into categories so frazzled parents can easily research a particular topic.
The subtitle is “resources for Pagan pregnancy and birth,” but she adds,
The site is called Pagan Families because that name gives us lots of room to grow. I have two visions for the future growth of Pagan Families. The first is to amass enough thoughtful and inspiring material to publish a book on Paganism and the childbearing year. The second is to expand the site to cover other aspects of Pagan families, such as parenting and partnering.
She already has some good posts up—check it out.