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Bridget Eileen

Bridget Eileen is a writer in Rhode Island. Find Bridget Eileen's latest news on poetry, writing, literary events, communications work, and related endeavors here at Bridget-Eileen.com

 

About Bridget Eileen

Bridget Eileen is a poet and writer. She is an artistic director for the long-standing poetry festival, the Boston Poetry Marathon. She does communications work for education and political organizations. She also writes two blogs: AnArtsNotebook, an arts & culture blog, and Glam Witch Style, a plus-size glamour witch, curvy cottagecore body-positive beauty blog.

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arts & culture blog

An Arts Notebook is an arts and culture blog written by Bridget Eileen. Bridget writes about literature, books, poetry, the arts, spirituality, neopaganism, witchcraft, nature, gardening, and other culture topics. Follow across all social media at @AnArtsNotebook.

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Glamour Witch Aesthetic Style Blog

Glam Witch Style by Bridget Eileen is a plus-size glamour witch, curvy cottagecore, body positive beauty blog. Started in 2015, Glam Witch Style by Bridget Eileen features simple OOTD posts in various eclectic styles: from plus size pinup to curvy cottagecore to vintage glamour witch and many aesthetics in between. On social media at @GlamWitchStyle - posts up weekly.

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(Currently in "Soft Launch" Mode)

My newest blogging endeavor is in development right now. Notebook Witch is a collection of notes on witchcraft and witchery, in blog form. A sort of digital grimoire.

As I develop a full website, the page for NotebookWitch.com gives you an idea of what to expect, and links to all the existing witchcraft related posts on An Arts Notebook. (This is a temporary move, while I develop the new website.) Stay tuned, as there's lots more to come!

 

"We have all a better guide in ourselves, if we would attend to it, than any other person can be."

Jane Austen,
my Dead Best 'Freind' I've Never Met

 

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