Silver RavenWolf

Silver's  writing career began with how-to articles on art projects and fictional short stories that blossomed into a full-time career in 1991 with her first full length book.  Since that time she has written over 21 books for Llewellyn World Wide.  Wife of 33 years, mother of 4 grown children, and grandmother, she has been interviewed by the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report and various other print including The Baltimore Sun, Bust Magazine, the St. Petersburg Times, the National Review, Body & Soul Magazine, Teen Lit Magazine and has been featured on the cover of Publishers Weekly .  She has appeared in television news spots throughout the country and featured on A&E Biography.


Silver is the Tradition Head of the Black Forest Clan, a Wiccan training organization that  has grown exponentially in the past twenty years.  As of 2012, they have achieved legal clergy status, with clans in 20 states, Canada and Italy.  In the BFC, they never hive — they multiply.  They work hard to provide in-depth  clergy training and family support.  They are a unit of bright, strong, intelligent souls ever seeking and welcoming the connection to Spirit.


A few words about Silver

Not Only is Silver a Witch, she is also a Braucherin (Pow-Wow) Practitioner


Silver's journey into Braucherei (a Pennsylvania Dutch centered healing modality) began during her years as a reporter for a local newspaper.  Searching for the mystery and magick in York County, Pennsylvania, Silver interviewed a local Pow-Wow practitioner who agreed to teach her the enchanting and mysterious tradition of whisper magick.   For over twenty years Silver has continued to document her journey, fortunate to meet and learn from several practitioners in York and Cumberland County.  Now, with over twenty years of experience, Silver teaches this amazing faith healing system to students all over the world.