Steven Posch’s life is a tribute to the danger presented by books. At age 14 he read Robert Graves’ White Goddess, and hasn’t looked back since. In 1979 he came to the Twin Cities in search of Paganistan and, except for brief stays in Britain and the Middle East, has lived there ever since. Storyteller, ritualist, heortologist and Semiticist, he has been called “the Pagan Rabbi,” and, through no fault of his own, has become a major spokesperson for the Hebrew Pagan / neoCanaanite movement (such as it is). Go figure.