During her time with Kenaz Kindred she lectured at numerous Canadian heathen and pagan festivals, written articles for several books, and recently published her first book, “Fulltrui: Patrons in Asatru” (Megalithica Books, Immanion Press). In 2011, she opened Frigga’s Loom, a business named in honor of her patron goddess where she creates custom made harrow cloths which later grew to become With Needle & Thread a business that helps supplement and pay for the cost of publishing books. She was the publicity rep for Immanion Press from 2011-2012 at which time she became press secretary, where she is responsible for creating newsletters and other documentation. In the same year (2012) she relinquished the name Mist and is now known by her given name Larisa Hunter (alternatively Larisa/Mist may appear). This decision was due to the fact that her life became so public that using a pen/spiritual name seemed unimportant. At the end of 2012 she published Embracing Heathenry and made the decision to leave Immanion Press. This decision was not made lightly. Future publications by Larisa will be self published. In 2013, Larisa moved with her husband and daughter to California. Here she has continued her mission to publish heathen books and has expanded the press to also publish coloring books and children’s books. She spends her days being a busy wife and mother and is still writing and publishing books.
Some of her other writings include:
Selections in Pagan Poems (Crow Eagle Press, 2006) “Being A Warrior Woman”, Talking About the Elephant – Anthology of Neopagan Perspectives on Cultural Appropriation by Lupa (Megalithica Books) , Self- Published: “The Heathen Shaman”  and “Working With Undesirables” (Previously Published as “Giants, Not The Enemy”  “With the Help of our Gods ” (available online). A large number of poems at: www.odins-gift.com (Larisa Hunter), Crossing the River: An Anthology in Honor of Sacred Journeys
She has been interviewed and featured in: Hex Magazine (Spring & Summer 2011: Issue 8) “A Dream or Vision that Changed My life: Finding Frigga in My Dreams”, Living Traditions Magazine: (Volume 4, No. 3, Issue: Spirituality, Esotericism and Tradition) “The Patron Experience”, Huginn (V1, I2. Midsummer 2011 interview with Maris Pai and review), Eternal Haunted Summer: (Spring Equinox 2012-interview with Rebecca Buchanan) (Yule Edition 2012-Sifting Asatru by Larisa Hunter) (Summer Solstice 2012-Frigga and the Gingerbread Village by Larisa Hunter), Action Newsletter: Beltane 2011 interview with Christopher Blackwell, Mabon 2012- We Demand the Right to Marry-interview with Christopher Blackwell, Yule 2012- interview and review with Christopher Blackwell, Open Book Ontario’s At the Desk Column: “At The Desk, Larisa Hunter” (March 15th, 2012), Penton Independent Pagan Magazine: Knock, Knock Anyone Home, With the Help of our gods. The Guelph Mercury: Dispelling the mystery and the myths, Paganism no different than other faiths — on most fronts by FIONA ISAACSON GUELPH (Aug 12, 2006), Listowel Banner (2011), Gifts of Wyrd Podcast (2018)
Born in Montreal, Quebec and now residing in Northern Ontario. A practicing eclectic, solitary Druidic Shaman with Unitarian Universalists ties. Graphics designer author of the Indie published book THESE CHAINS. Owner and operator of Álainn E-Pub. Deejay and co-owner of the local entertainment business Mobile Sounds. Daughter, Sister, Wife, Mother…Woman.
Sheal is the official cover maker and has just been made the chief assistant for Larisa Hunter. She is the artist for almost all of our book covers, completes interior editing and also supplies copy editing support and advice for our standard line of books. She is an amazing and talented mom and artist who I am proud to have at our company.
Creative Director for Little Bird Books, Sarah has proven herself as an exemplary editor, and writer. She has been a member of many writing organizations and has several years of experience with writing dialogue and children’s literature.
Illustrator [The Story of Arbux]
A native of Colorado, currently living in Idaho Springs. Caroline earned her BA and MA from the University of Northern Colorado and also studied at the University of Oslo, Norway and Pratt Institute in New York City. Jensen taught art for several years, later developing a full art program for the local elementary school before establishing her own fine art career. Along with watercolor painting and stained glass design and execution, she does pen and ink works as her grandmother did, usually as illustrations. C. K. Jensen and K. Fritz have also collaborated on several other projects.
Illustrator [Lifes Fortune]
Born and living in Brisbane, Australia, I am an Artist and Art Therapist with an interest in Medieval history. Involved in Medieval Enactment for over twenty years, I have been keen to research medieval art and calligraphy. In 2010 I was winner of the Master Artisan for a piece of pyrography on wood for the Medieval Masterpiece competition at the Abbey Medieval Fayre in Caboolture near Brisbane. Starting off by studying photography, I went on to teach people how to sew and still make our own costumes to show people how life was lived in 12 – 14th century.I moved on to make leatherwork for a retailer and make several ecclesiastical items including copes, banners and altar frontals. In the meantime I studied calligraphy and now use mixed media to create new art from photographs and illustrations.
Editors & Proof Readers
Samantha (Sam) earned a B.A. in anthropology and is enjoying every minute of learning about Nordic Spirituality. Though editing has been a hobby of hers for many years, this is Sam’s first venture into the world of publishing.
Christina lives in Altadena, California, and formerly served as a public and charter school educator for 21 years. She is currently completing her first novel, and is an online English and writing tutor for international undergraduate and graduate students. When she is not writing and editing, Christina teaches kundalini yoga and studies remotely from the California College of Ayurveda. She holds an M.A. in Educational Leadership, B.A in English and Creative Writing, and an A.A with a focus in Journalism. She has served as writer and editor of her college newspaper and magazine, and editor of a women’s community publication in San Luis Obispo, California. Additionally, Christina worked as a technical writer for an architecture firm, and later a successful grant writer for public charter schools. She is thrilled to be a part of The Three Little Sisters and work in a supportive role to an amazing, eclectic gathering of women and writers.