JUNE 23, 2011
Gerina Dunwich's Facebook Page
is officially launched. To receive updates on her writing projects, public appearances and other activities, be sure to visit her page and put a "like" on it.
JUNE 28, 2007
Adams Media publishes Gerina Dunwich's book, A Witch's Halloween: A Complete Guide to the Magick, Incantations, Recipes, Spells and Lore
SEPTEMBER 1, 2006
Citadel Press publishes Gerina Dunwich's book, Phantom Felines and Other Ghostly Animals
DECEMBER 16, 2005
Gerina Dunwich was a guest on Rob McConnell's X-Zone Radio Show
. She discussed animal spirits and hauntings, as well as her Paranormal Animal Research Group and upcoming book, Phantom Felines and Other Ghostly Animals
. Click HERE
to listen to the show.
Three short stories about Gerina's experiences with ghosts and the supernatural appear in Jeff Belanger's book, The Encyclopedia Of Haunted Places: Ghostly Locales From Around The World
(New Page Books).
Gerina has just completed work on a revised edition of "Wicca Craft" (The Modern Witch's Book of Herbs, Magick, and Dreams), which is scheduled for publication in July 2005. The publisher is Citadel Press. She is currently putting together a new collection of Pagan poetry called Priestess and Pentacle
, which is scheduled for publication sometime in 2005.
JULY 1, 2003
New Page Books (an imprint of Career Press) publishes Dunwich's Guide to Gemstone Sorcery: Using Stones for Spells, Amulets, Rituals, and Divination
OCTOBER 31, 2002
Gerina Dunwich is interviewed by UPN-13 reporter Kristin Lang for a special television news segment called "Extreme Halloween." A portion of the interview, along with a few minutes of footage from a videotaped seance conducted by Gerina Dunwich at her home in California, is aired Halloween night in Los Angeles on the Channel 13 11-o'clock news (KCOP/UPN-13).
Melanie Billings from the "All About Ghosts" paranormal website talks to Gerina Dunwich about Witchcraft, the history of Halloween, ghosts, the Bast-Wicca tradition, book writing, and more. Click here
to check out the interview!
Gerina's book, A Witch's Guide to Ghosts and the Supernatural
, receives a favorable review in the "Playgirl Recommends" section of the October 2002 issue of Playgirl Magazine
"How to Make and Use a Love Potion" (an article written by Gerina Dunwich) is published in The Action Hero's Handbook
by David Borgenicht and Joe Borgenicht (Quirk Books, 2002.)
Gerina Dunwich's biography appears in Raymond Buckland's The Witch Book: The Encyclopedia of Witchcraft, Wicca, and Neo-Paganism
(Visible Ink Press, 2002.)
interviews Gerina Dunwich, who talks about Witchcraft as a religion. Samhain and the other Sabbats celebrated by Witches, some of the traditional love and marriage divinations associated with Halloween, and the difference between "black" and "white" magick are a few of the topics discussed. Gerina also provides readers with a couple examples of simple love spells.
Gerina Dunwich is interviewed by The Wiccan-Pagan Times
. Click on the link to read what Gerina had to say about the trials and tribulations of being a Pagan author, her childhood and parents, the Bast-Wicca tradition she follows, her views on the problems facing the Wiccan/Pagan community in general, and more!
Gerina Dunwich's name is mentioned in the 29th issue of The Criticaster
: a fanzine dedicated to horror writer H.P. Lovecraft (published simultaneously for the Esoteric Order of Dagon.)
MARCH 3, 2000
Debra Haight of the Herald-Palladium
(St. Joseph-Benton Harbor, Michigan) quotes from Gerina Dunwich's Wicca Source Book
in her online article covering the suspension of a local area school teacher for allegedly giving a book about Wicca to several of her students.
FEBRUARY 16, 2000
After having filed for Chapter 11, Carol Publishing Group (owner of the Citadel Press imprint and publisher of many Gerina Dunwich titles) was authorized by a United States Bankruptcy Court in New Jersey to conduct an auction sale of certain of its assets, including Book Publishing Agreements with Gerina Dunwich and other authors. On March 28, Kensington Publishing Corporation
acquired all of Carol's books, along with the Citadel Press imprint. Kensington has since put all of the Gerina Dunwich titles back into print.
JANUARY 27, 2000
An article in the Portland Oregonian
reports that Gerina Dunwich's Candlelight Spells
and Anton LaVey's The Satanic Bible
are the two most stolen books from the Multnomah County Central Library. "Although 30 copies of the Dunwich book are listed in the library's database, more than three-quarters of them are gone." Fans and "enemies of the supernatural" are believed to be equally responsible for the disappearance of the books.
DECEMBER 2, 1999 The Mystical, Magickal World of Gerina Dunwich
officially goes online, thanks to webmaster John Williams. Shortly after, it is featured on AJ's Magickal Web as "Site of the Month" for December.