Jamie Della is the author of nine books, including The Book of Spells: The Magick of Witchcraft and The Wicca Cookbook. She has a writer’s spirit and a free-spirited, untamable soul and loves to teach, write, throw pottery, and get out in nature.
Her essays, poems and articles are published by The Manifest Station, Edible Institute Magazines, Rebelle Society, and Sage Woman Magazine. She has an essay in Riverdale Ave Books’ #MeToo anthology and a column called Herbal Journeys with Witches & Pagan Magazine. Her honors include Best Reference Book from the International Latino Book Awards for the Latino Writers & Journalists and Book of the Month for Rogelia’s House of Magic by Las Comadres Para Americas.
She legally changed my name to Jamie Della, dropping the surname that attaches her to the patriarchy. “This new identity was made in deference to my Nana Della and is a declaration of my devotion to the Divine Feminine.”
Jamie lives in the Eastern Sierra, where she vacationed every summer and winter as a child and is the mother of a beautiful, smart daughter and two free-spirited, intuitive sons.