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Mike Nichols's Biography (Books)

Mike Nichols (born 1952) is an American neo-Pagan leader and author of The Witches' Sabbats (Acorn Guild Press, 2005). Nichols taught Wicca for almost twenty years, from 1970 to 1989, in Columbia and Kansas City, Missouri, through the Communiversity and at his bookstore, "The Magick Lantern". He was the first Wiccan representative on the Kansas City Interfaith Council. Nichols has been a featured speaker on several radio programs, including National Public Radio. He received his bachelor of arts from the University of Missouri, with a double major in communication and psychology (specializing in parapsychology). He has done graduate work in the field of library and information science.

Mike Nichols is the celebrated author of www.WitchesSabbats.com--the ultimate resources on Pagan holidays and related writings--and a contributing author to Creating Circles & Ceremonies. Mike has been a featured speaker on National Public Radio, Spiral Dance Radio, and Eclectic Pagan Podcast (episodes 16 and 22) on iTunes. He does extensive online teaching and writing, occasionally guest lectures at Pagan festivals, and performs in a Pagan band called Spellbound.

A pioneer in the American neo-Pagan movement, Nichols taught classes in Witchcraft for twenty years continuously, from 1970 to 1989, in Columbia and Kansas City, Missouri, through the Communiversity and at his bookstore, The Magick Lantern. He was also the editor of The Lantern's Light , the store's in-house publication. A founding member of the Coven of New Gwynedd, Nichols was the first Wiccan representative on the Kansas City Interfaith Council.

Nichols is a lifelong student of the Craft and, after years of research, writing, and teaching, he still considers himself a student. He received his BA from the University of Missouri, with a double major in communications and psychology (specializing in parapsychology). He has done graduate work in the field of library and information science.

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