Xander Folmer is the founder and CEO of Huginn’s Heathen Hof LLC. He is a student of Anthropology, an artist, and a general history nerd. He focuses on studying Heathen Lore and reconstructing the fragments of the ancient traditions, in order to see how they can be applied to a modern community of believers. He also creates all of the artwork for heathenhof.com and the Patreon rewards.
Author of the column: [Ranting Recon]
Cara Freyasdaughter is a devotional polytheist dedicated to Freya, Freyr, and Gerd who works within a reconstructed-ish Heathen tradition. Current member of The Troth and ADF, she previously blogged at Patheos’ “Happily Heathen”. She also blogs regularly about her experiences as a polytheist at “Freya: The Gold Thread” and “A Community of Gods Surround Me”. Currently, Cara leads Heathen rituals and classes in northern Illinois. She is one of the founders of the Bay Area group “The Vanic Conspiracy” and the organizer of the Freyja’s Aett ritual group, which is devoted to Freya in all of her facets.
Author of the column: [Modern Hethenry]
Stevie Miller is an Urglaawer, spirit worker, artist, and author from Pennsylvania. She has been studying, practicing, and writing about Heathenry and related paths for over 20 years. Stevie blogs about Deitsch culture, language, and spirituality at Grundsau Burrow (http://grundsauburrow.wordpress.com).
Author of the column: [Barn Owl Broadside]
Jenna Woginrich writes about her adventures following her feral life as a self-employed writer, homesteader, archer, falconer, equestrian, martial artist, hunter, spinner, brewer, geek, and real-life Game of Thrones Extra. She currently also runs Tyr’s Good Hand, where much of her work relating to Heathenry is archived.
Author of the column: [A Pair of Goats]
Author of the column: [Vegvísir]
Räv Skogsberg is a Swedish heathen and a goði for “Forn Sed Sweden”. He tends to focus on the melding of folklore and pre-Christian practices in a family Blótlag/Hearth setting, covering topics like Heathen parenting. Räv believes in a here-and-now approach to a Heathenry that is eternally changing.
Author of the column: [Everyday Heathenry]
Dagulf Loptson has been a devotee of Loki and the Northern Powers for over 20 years. He is a tattoo artist, with a focus on devotional tattoos for polytheists, and is the author of Playing With Fire: An Exploration of Loki Laufeyjarson through Asphodel Press.
Author of the column: [The Vulture’s Path]
Laine Mardollsdottir is a Heathen and has been active in various Pagan and Heathen communities for the last twenty years, where she has served as a gyðja and priestess, spiritual and pastoral counselor, and seiðkona. While she is not currently writing any new articles for her column, Huginn’s Heathen Hof is proud to continue hosting her existing content for readers to enjoy.
Former author of the column: [Speak Now, Seeress]
Katla Hase is a military spouse, stay at home mom and aspiring Heathen Homesteader. Her life is an integration of her spirituality and dreams of a more self-sufficient lifestyle. She hopes to share her experiences in learning useful skills and crafts as her family works towards obtaining their own homestead.
Find her work HERE
John Mainer is the current head of the Heathen Freehold Society of British Columbia, and a ranking member of the Troth. He writes here about his experiences, rituals, and the Canadian Heathen community in general.
Find his work HERE
Esteban Sevilla is the leader of Kindred Irminsul and the Asociación ásatrú yggdrasil de costa rica. He writes as a correspondent for the HHH news section, as well as contributing to the HHH Spanish language section.
Sveinn Ullarson is a professional Old Norse teacher/translator, who offers online lessons to people around the world and has provided professional translation and dialect coaching services for a number of authors and film producers. Sveinn is also a scholar of runes and can teach students to accurately read and write the Elder Futhark, Younger Futhark, Saxon Futhorc, and Medieval runes, as well as New Futhork.
Offers lessons in Old Norse, Modern Icelandic, and Runes at: [Learn Old Norse With Sveinn Ullarson]