Did you know, the first 'professional' tarot reading Cassandra Snow ever did was for Alex Franzen? Here the two friends catch up about resilience in the face of rejection and setbacks (and tarot!)
There is a whole load of wonderful writing coming your way in July and August. Meet some of our new writers here!
Sarah Gottesdiener shares the journey that led her to create the phenomenally successful Many Moons Workbook.
"I would at this point in my life describe myself as fat, black, queer, and divine. There isn't a deck out there to my knowledge that expresses this freedom that I feel within myself."
We each have our own wounds, scars, and challenges, but the truest healing takes place when we see their place in a shared story and work to heal and move forwards together.
Kori is a non-binary trans person, long time activist and community educator. In this interview, they explain how they use tarot in their work as a personal coach.
"Being Jewish and identifying as Jewish are both really important to me. As are being feminist and queer. Being a priestess is completely intertwined with those identities. Magic exists. It just does. That's where the priestess part comes in."
"Noel’s Numinous Tarot brilliantly tells our stories, including our identities without distilling us to just cleverly put together letters of the alphabet."
Big big news! I am so excited to introduce you to our new columnists and guest post editor, Siobhan, Andi and Tango!
Got a little spare change jingling in your pocket? Want to support artists creating amazing tarot art? Here are three projects I recommend.
"I began it because I could not stop thinking about those who have gone before us, and how they connect to us, and connect us to each other. All those connections make a beautiful tapestry."
A collection of ten poems exploring themes of ritual, growth, (non)belonging, shadows and secrecy through poems with names like ‘Gibbous’, ‘Last Quarter’ and ‘Rising’.
Mental health, illness and disability are rarely discussed in the clamour of entrepreneurship blogs. Enter you guys! Here are four entrepreneurial stories which dearly need telling.
The world needs more queer/POC tarot decks. Here's one you can support! Plus a raw and honest interview with creator of the Next World Tarot, Cristy C Road!
Writer Esme Wang on the challenges chronic illness can bring to running a business, and how she writes her way to empowerment and success.
[Guest post] "Living with mental illness gives me an awareness of the separation between my beliefs and actual reality. I think this is an advantage."
I consider it an essential part of my job to read a shedload of blogs. Here are my favourites!
[Guest post] The NEXT WORLD TAROT is a visual spectacle of both the battle cry and the reconnection, between queers and outcasts and their criminalized identities.
"How dare they come to our city, a city annihilated by their cuts."
"What started as a desire to write 'the brown girl's version of Valencia' turned into a desire to try and write about some of the hardest times in my life"
God - some days I just really, really love my job.
Here’s what arrived in the post this morning. A gift from one of the most wonderful people in the whole entire world. Over the years, Polly has been creating a set of four queens for me – and here, finally, is the Queen of Cups. Isn’t she beautiful? She has a venus symbol on one …
A double-round of interviews for you! Here's Ashley talking about her tarot business and how her Black heritage informs her tarot practice.
Poet Leah Horlick and I discuss the appearances of specific tarot cards in her book of poems, For Your Own Good.