A three-card spread to explore the qualities and perspectives the Slow Holler Tarot can bring to tarot readings.
Andi shares some herbal remedies to help with the treatment of bronchitis.
A earthy, magical, herbal salve to soothe skin, create connection and call in loving touch.
Andi Grace shares their experiences of using psychedelics alongside tarot cards for personal exploration.
"Consider it with me, what can you do to unspell capitalism, racism, patriarchy, cis-sexism, homophobia, ableism and colonisation? Cause I see you. And I believe you are powerful beyond measure."
Andi interviews small-business owner Brettley Mason on queer empowerment, spiritual roots, political solidarity, ethical sourcing, and community support.
"multi-genre zine submission call-out" + "offering from one femme survivor to another"
Discovering new resources, crafting new definitions, and building new tools - Andi shares their latest findings.
Andi interviews Mimi Khúc, guest editor of Asian American Tarot, on a majors-only deck in the making for a 5-part Asian American mental health project.
"Here’s some things members of our community have been doing, that are practical tangible actions of solidarity."
Andi swoons over a reading from the fierce indigenous femme healer Lettie Laughter and testifies as to why you should too.
an interview with multi-media artist Clementine Morrigan on the ways they use tarot in their zine making
Kori is a non-binary trans person, long time activist and community educator. In this interview, they explain how they use tarot in their work as a personal coach.
"Some people call this PMS; I like to think of this time as a period of heightened awareness."
What is security? What is security in the context of love? What should I lean into?
Andi Grace interviews Lettie Laughter of High Moon Femme Tarot on personal reading style, decolonization, & ancestry.
Going in for their partner's ultrasound, Andi reflects on the multiple dimensions of the Empress - a card of fertility, agency, and empowerment.
"Because trauma, madness, chronic illness, and disability are core pieces of who I am, it would be completely impossible for my Tarot practice not to be influenced by them."
New columnist Andi offers eight magical strategies for releasing and letting go that which no longer serves you.
[Guest post] The lesson of wild roses is complete love and acceptance, and their medicine can only go this deep because of the protection offered by the thorns.