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.
“We are the Weirdos explores trauma, gender, poverty, invalidation, and memory, as well as themes of trust, abandonment, confinement, and revenge.”
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 …