"I wanted a cute way to tell people what my pronouns were without constantly having to look for an opportunity to correct them."
"She weaves individual strands into a tapestry, creating common ground and common cause."
There is hope. We can learn from fatphobic bias in decks to build a fat-friendly tarot community.
By bastardizing their beliefs into trendy online quizzes, we commit microaggressions against these communities.
"I want to work myself out of a job." Photographer Fonna Seidu is breaking barriers and changing the visual landscape of health and wellness online.
This card is a good omen and a great opportunity, and it’s for sure assuring you that NOW is the time to put down roots.
Are you romanticizing the not-home? What stops you from retreating at-home, or at least in your city or neighbourhood? What might it mean to retreat in daily life?
"At Luna’s All-Nite Diner / the chefalopod serves up Eggs Prophetic, / 8 arms cooking in short order while / blending coffee beans with moonbeams."
"Magic was something I discovered about myself" Artist and deck creator Wren on her journey to creating her own tarot deck.
The trouble with Mars – and with Mars, there’s always a little trouble – is knowing when to stop. And when to start.
When good things happen to you, what are your first thoughts? When your wishes come true, do you tell anyone?
April's Sunday Spread focuses on the thresholds, transitions, and spaces in between.
"The jar will glow like dark stained glass / and it will be just for you, / for your sacred mouth."
"My decks differ from the usual tarot decks because they show raw, fierce images that are non-filtered; images that show the good, the bad and the ugly."
Death shows us what happens when you come out the other side – pain, hope, transformation.
It's time for a new iteration of the Alternative Tarot Network ...and to deal with the much-neglected original.
On this night / a decade ends. A new one begins. / Breathe in - / Hold - / Breathe out.
(A birthday poem for Em)
There was struggle, there was hardship, sometimes this pain threatens to pull us back into rocky waters. Because we know that smooth sailing isn’t a given ever, we must find tools in our toolkit to find lights in the dark.
Learning to ground + center isn’t just to be able to react better to stress, but to allow us to focus the mind on what we want to focus on.
Even if you don't have kiddos in your life, King Billy and the Royal Road will help you to dive deeper into your own tarot practice.
Maranda connects the Ace of Wands to disabled psychogeography, learning (& cripping) new words, and inventing literary genres.
“We are the Weirdos explores trauma, gender, poverty, invalidation, and memory, as well as themes of trust, abandonment, confinement, and revenge.”
Once, the most important conversations / were about how the moon sounds— / the low arch of a cello, he said / the shiver of electrified bells, I said—
The water-loving willow tree is associated closely with the moon, intuition, spirituality, emotion, dreams ...all that belongs to the intangible realm of the water element.