Lyn Webster Wilde speaks with George Miller about her recent foray into screenwriting and her book, On the Trail of the Warrior Women, which explores the myth of the Amazons.
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Lyn Webster Wilde speaks with George Miller about Becoming the Enchanter, a very personal exploration of the hidden world of Britain’s native traditions, which takes her to ancient places in search of enduring spiritual meaning.