Barbara G. Walker
Barbara G. Walker (1993 Humanist Heroine) is the author of twenty-four books and numerous articles on topics ranging from comparative religion, history, mythology, and symbolism to mineral lore and knitting. Her Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets has been continuously in print since 1983 and her latest, Belief and Unbelief, was published last year by Humanist Press.
Posts by Barbara G. Walker
In Their Own Words: Humanists Discuss Their Paths to Humanism I WAS SIX YEARS OLD and stricken with grief over the recent death of... Read More
Beauty: An Excerpt from Barbara G. Walker’s Belief & Unbelief
Last week the Dalai Lama made headlines by saying, “That female must be attractive, otherwise it is not much use.” Leaving aside whether he... Read More