Witchbody shows us that "magic is a way of talking, and a way of being with", exploring and celebrating the power of connection between all things.
Maranda reviews the unconventional, unapologetically political, queer, feminist guide to reading tarot from a beloved and prolific writer.
This book takes critiques every progressive person has about the traditional Maiden, Mother, Crone Goddess path (ugh, virginity! ugh, wombs!) and offers a much-needed alternative.
Melissa Cynova's brilliant book for tarot learners demystifies intimidating symbols and helps you get to grips with your tarot cards.
"Each time I finish a project, each time somebody tells me my writing has helped keep them alive, I remember that I am one of the ones who was not expected to survive."
"I read most of this book while sitting in a hot bath and after each piece I would stop, take a deep breath and feel the wisdom from the book landing in my body."
What does it mean to resist while housebound? Maranda Elizabeth reads Starhadwk's Dreaming the Dark.
A Major Arcana bringing age-old archetypes into the modern, queer light, powered by independent artists (and Kickstarter).
I asked community members for their tarot book recommendations. Here's what they said.
She Is Sitting in the Night is unlike any tarot book I have ever read. In many ways it feels like the tarot book I have been waiting for for years. It’s a collaboration between Rima Athar, whose idea it was to ‘revison’ an 80s tarot deck, writer and tarotist Oliver Pickle, who wrote the …