What People Are Saying

 

 
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At a time when the rising light of the sacred feminine appears to be suddenly slipping backwards into the shadows, this book is vitally relevant. Lilith, the forgotten first companion of Adam, tells her own love story, and in doing so empowers us to step into the fullness of our divine selves.

 

Mirabai Starr, Author of Caravan of No Despair: A Memoir of Loss and Transformation and God of Love: A Guide to the Heart of Judaism, Christianity & Islam


Haunting, provocative and filled with dreamy, lush illustrations, My Name is Lilith  restores the dignity of this much-maligned Biblical figure.

 

Yona Zeldis McDonough, Fiction Editor, Lilith Magazine 

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 Art by Arna Baartz

Art by Arna Baartz


 Art by Arna Baartz

Art by Arna Baartz

Girls need beacons of strong womanhood in order to grow up and become one themselves. “My Name is Lilith” offers girls just this! The untold story of a strong mythical woman, who chose to stay true to her nature despite the price it demanded of her. Fearless and brave, Lilith tips the scales for girls surrounded by submissive models of womanhood, by standing tall and unwavering for who she is.

 

—DeAnna L’am, Author of Becoming Peers: Mentoring Girls into Womanhood and A Diva’s Guide to Getting Your Period