Camp Etna with writer Mira Ptacin for the Wing's brand new No Man's Land magazine

In Central Maine, a group of spirit mediums and healers– mostly women – live in a spiritualist community called Camp Etna. For an upcoming book, writer Mira Ptacin has been collecting the stories of the 135-year-old camp and the women who call it home. An excerpt of her project was just released today (along with some of my photos of the camp) in the inaugural issue of No Man's Land, a publication created by the women at The Wing, a feminist social club in New York City.

More about writer Mira Ptacin: www.miramptacin.com
More about the Wing: www.the-wing.com and on Instagram: www.instagram.com/the.wing
More about No Man's Land: www.the-wing.com/nomansland

All images © Greta Rybus for the Wing