Talking with Genevieve Barbee-Turner about her
Renaming tarot's court cards offers different and anti-oppressive ways of reading these cards.
A review of this witty, intelligent collage tarot, created by artist Jen May and writer Jessa Crispin, with highlights from the deck.
Spring is in the air and things are shifting. Here's an update about what's changing in the LRT shop!
A colourful, oversized tarot with an evocative, folk-art style.
Further wrangling with the VAT issue: Slowly honing the range to my very favourite items, and reducing the tax on UK/EU sales.
As of March, VAT will be added to prices for customers in the UK and EU. Other countries are not affected.
It's time to tackle the huge pile of used bubble-mailers in the loft! Orders placed this weekend (Fri 22nd - Mon 25th Feb) will be sent in re-used envelopes.
What’s the first thing you do when you get a new tarot deck? Here's a spread to help you meet and discover your new cards (includes a worksheet to download)!
There are just so many new decks in store this month! Here's a quick(ish) roundup...
Talking with creator Chinggay Labrador about her colourful, quirky tarot deck, and what 'intuition' means to her.
It was the kind of book that gave me little epiphanies as I read it and continues to do so when I consult it while reading the cards.
"I’m printing this deck for anyone else who likes to look at tarot cards, and laugh, and feel that there is space for their version of beauty." Lettie Jane Rennekap on her new tarot deck.
Here's my personal guide to the decks, books and other items that I feel bring a sense of spaciousness and calm reflection.
All our packaging is compostable, recyclable, re-used...or all three - and we have a strict 'no new plastic' policy. Here's how we do it!
Following a wildly successful first year, this inclusive, queer-centred, encouraging and colourful deck is back for a second round.
"It takes what it takes. Give yourself permission for it all." Ellen Lorenzi-Prince is retiring her much-loved creations to make room for her own evolution.
Favourite cards from this beautiful new nature-themed deck, inspired by the flora and fauna of North America.
We close the shop every year to protest one of capitalism's most sacred festivals.
When it comes to the messy business of personal liberation and growth, the tarot we choose can make a big difference. Among shadowy decks that pull no punches, decks that are lighthearted and joyful, and still others that are dreamy, mystical and ethereal, there are a few rare and very special decks that take you …
"I built a portfolio full of melanated goddesses with creamy brown skin tones embracing their femininity and power. I love making art that makes my sisters feel good about themselves."