Kerr Cuhulain is a retired police officer/dispatcher who has been a Wiccan for 47 years and was involved in anti-defamation activism and hate crimes investigation for the Pagan community for decades. Kerr was awarded the Shield of Valour by the Witches League for Public Awareness.
Kerr is the author of the Law Enforcement Guide to Wicca, Witch Hunts,, Wiccan Warrior, Full Contact Magick, Magickal Self Defense, Pagan Religions: A Handbook for Diversity Training, Modern Knighthood, How to Be Glorious: Step by Step Empowerment, Stand Like a Tree: Mastering the Movement of Energy, and The Wizard: The Story of the First Wiccan Cop to go Public About His Pagan Beliefs. Kerr is the co author of a safety book for social workers and nurses: Safe Approach. Kerr is also the author of Ancient Recipes for Modern Kitchens, a cookbook of ancient recipes. He writes sword and sorcery fantasy fiction as C.A. Ennis and paranormal romance as Carrie Bryce. He is the host/writer of an Eastlink/Coast Cable community TV show on astronomy called Night Lights, has appeared on APTN’s “Coyote Science” TV show for First Nations youth, and is writer/host of a BravoFACTUAl documentary, “Starry Nights”, directed by Wiccan priestess Dodie Graham-McKay.
Kerr is the former Preceptor General of Officers of Avalon, an organization representing Neo-Pagan professionals in the emergency services (police, firefighters, emergency medical technicians). Kerr is the Grand Master and founder of a Wiccan order of Knighthood called the Order of Paladins. In December 2014 Kerr was accepted at a faculty member of Amber K’s Ardantane School of Magick.
Kerr is currently the National Secretary of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada as well as the President of the Sunshine Coast Centre of the RASC. The RASC has just published his book Building a Small Observatory.