A three-card spread to explore the qualities and perspectives the Slow Holler Tarot can bring to tarot readings.
So many dilemmas revolve around two tricky options. This spread looks at both in turn, to help you make a decision.
Cassandra Snow explores some LGBTQ-specific interpretations of these two powerful, potent cards.
Did you get a new tarot deck for Christmas? Here's a spread to help you find out how the two of you are gonna get along!
Grab your cards and keep yourself occupied over the holidays.
Photographer Elisabeth shares her first impressions of this gorgeous new queer-at-heart tarot deck (along with some truly stunning pictures.)
Conflict, competition, and conviction take center stage with these strife-filled Wands cards. Cassandra Snow explores some LGBTQ+ specific interpretations.
[Guest Post] Alexis Cunningfolk is back with a review of Linestrider Tarot AND an interview with creator Siolo Thompson.
A earthy, magical, herbal salve to soothe skin, create connection and call in loving touch.
Ever wanted your own magic wand? Here's how to make one!
I drew cards to bring you messages of inspiration, hope and encouragement. Here are the ones that came up over and over.
From communication to activism and expanding your relationship horizons, Cassandra Snow discusses some LGBTQ-specific interpretations of these three cards.
A deck that plays with you, puts on a mask, jumps out from behind the woodshed, then grabs your hand and leads you into the woods.
A few handy tarot spreads I find really useful for all kinds client readings.
Support the comic anthology celebrating & empowering queer witches of color everywhere!
"multi-genre zine submission call-out" + "offering from one femme survivor to another"
I found the Goldilocks of tarot decks and let it put its hands all over me.
Siobhan digs into self-care, choices, balancing acts, and the muddy mirages of the Seven of Cups.
Life is never in limbo. As long as it is being lived, the journey progresses. Every moment, something new is learned. "No way out but through", my friend says of her own current struggle. It's true. It's good. It's okay.
Here Siobhan begins the project of taking the court cards out the closet, dusting off the stale old interpretations, and reinvigorating them via astrology & storytelling.
"Here’s some things members of our community have been doing, that are practical tangible actions of solidarity."
"In lieu of a piece about difficult cards, today I’m writing instead about a difficult topic - race - as it relates to me and a not-so-recent discussion in the online tarot community."
Andi swoons over a reading from the fierce indigenous femme healer Lettie Laughter and testifies as to why you should too.
[Guest Post] "I have used the evisceration of Death, the pain my divorce, and subsequent situations wrought to tap into my Strength."