Whether you’re into some kind of witchery yourself or you’d rather keep it fictional, thanks, here’s an overview of some of the best books from 2018.
“One day I will end up a witch on the corner with thirteen black cats cursing the prime minister”
Queers and witches just go together.
Cristy C Road’s intersectional tarot deck, enchanted with resistance, survival and spirituality, is no longer a dream of the future.
To me, magic means resilience and connecting to ancestors who survived the tragedy of the Middle Passage. Magic runs through my veins and feels like my birthright. It’s stronger than white supremacy will ever be.
Summer’s now in full swing, so I hope all you sea hags are having fun at the beach, all you snow witches are blasting the AC and everyone is working on maintaining their practice, whatever it is.
Comparing cards from two or more different tarot decks can help you discover new depths of meaning. Here are some examples!
These four powerful femmes have Done The Work, and they want to show you that you can, too!
We’re back like a witch who was being burned at the stake and promised she’d come back one day.
The King/Queen binary hierarchy is just another way tarot can reinforce gender nonsense, but the good news is, as with all things tarot, you don’t have to follow the rules!
These are the fiery cards of activism, of turning words into actions, of living your dreams…and of burnout.
The Slow Holler Tarot is the product of 19 months’ work by artists and writers with queer and/or Southern identities.
What are your favorite solstice rituals? What kind of power do you get from the darkest night of the year? What kind of renewing energy does it give you?
A witchy episode of Bob’s Burgers, the recipe for Raquel’s Scorpio Mesquite, an empowering playlist, Words With Witches with Rachel, Heather’s first New Moon ritual, a discussion about Garth Nix’s Abhorsen Trilogy, and more!
“The moon is my muse and ruler. I love her many faces. I love being her daughter, her sister, her boyfriend, her girlfriend, her theyfriend, her lover, her handmaiden, her houseboy — you name it and I’ve dreamed such things.”
The best tarot readings begin with clear, genuine intentions and empowered, positive questions. Here are some tips to help you approach your cards with integrity.
Want to learn how to make a tasty alcoholic potion? Want to keep your cat off your altar? Maybe we can help!
Whether you use tarot to predict the future, or love using your cards for planning and decision-making, here are some techniques to answer ‘when…?’ questions.
When I’m looking at new tarot decks, there are a few particular cards I like to check out first, to see how the artist has interpreted them.
“I hope queer readers of color walk away with that slightly breathless feeling that happens after finishing a great story. I want that to occur without the awful heart-sinking anxiety that wells in your chest when you realize no one in the story looks or loves like you do (again).”