"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."
These two difficult cards show us different faces of trauma, both personal, and collective.
Traci Medeiros-Bagan is here with a spread of self-care tips for August.
"I know that I can find the divine feminine. But she’s wilder, she’s been buried deep underground, frozen in the permafrost. I could use a little wild in my life." Abbie introduces her new column, Heathen's Journey.
There is a whole load of wonderful writing coming your way in July and August. Meet some of our new writers here!
Big personal news. The joys of house-sitting. A quiet mountain. And... LINKS!
Maranda Elizabeth encounters creeps & witches alike on the path of self-like.
Get ready to support a tarot deck that feels like radical, beautiful Pride parade! The Numinous Tarot is for everybody and every body.
The Two, Three, and Four of Swords make more sense if we read them as a group and see a narrative of decision-heartbreak-rest that so often plays out in LGBTQ+ lives.
Intrigued by its city-based approach & entranced by the queer and feminist themes, Cassandra reviews The Urban Tarot.
Sarah Gottesdiener shares the journey that led her to create the phenomenally successful Many Moons Workbook.
Cassandra explores themes of LGBTQIA+ mental health, sobriety, sexual exploration and more in the Ace of Swords.
Maranda explores the Three of Swords, access intimacy, and the emotions of inaccessibility.
Ready for a tarot art overload? The Delta Enduring Tarot, the Mesquite Tarot, a Queerer Tarot, Mystic Mondays AND the Violet Ascension Tarot are all fundraising now!
Endings and beginnings and links.
Illustrator Stasia Burrington introduces her colourful, nature-rich tarot deck, inspired by Japanese and Buddhist concepts and ideals.
Cassandra explores the tirelessly kind side of this activist leader, and how he shows up for LGBTQ-identified folks.
We hear so much about 'grounding'...but what does it mean, and what does it look like?
Your friendly neighborhood Guest Editor, Tango, here. Welcome to the end of April.
Cassandra looks at some LGBTQ-specific interpretations of the Queen of Wands.
Cassandra explores the ways this passionate, fast-moving card might represent LGBTQ+ experiences.
Em and I are on the move...again. Also: it's link time!
"Tarot is a way that I can step out of the moment and create some space, almost always alone, to get perspective, care for myself, come back to myself."
"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."