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Dorothy Morrison Donates Books

May 2004

In May 2004, Dorothy Morrison, a third degree Wiccan high priestess of the Georgian tradition and an award winning author, donated copies of ten of her books to the library. The books, which Morrison donated in memory of her parents, Ed and Laura Belle Potter, were: Magical Needlework: 35 Original Projects and Patterns (1998); Everyday Magic: Spells and Rituals for Modern Living (1998); In Praise of the Crone: A Celebration of Feminine Maturity (1999); Yule: A Celebration of Light and Warmth (2000); Bud, Blossom & Leaf: The Magical Herb Gardener’s Handbook (2001); The Craft: A Witch’s Book of Shadows (2001); The Craft Companion: A Witch’s Journal (2001); Enchantments of the Heart: A Magical Guide to Finding the Love of Your Life (2002); Everyday Tarot Magic: Meditation and Spells (2002); Everyday Moon Magic: Spells and Rituals for Abundant Living (2003). Morrison, a 1973 graduate of Columbus High School, is a two-time winner of a Coalition of Visionary Resources book award. Her book, In Praise of the Crone, was voted one of the ten best books of 1999 by Amazon.com. Editions of her books have been published in Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Czech.