Absolutely we sell a gorgeous selection of indie tarot decks - and the humans that designed them are a magical bunch of people. I hope you'll enjoy getting to know everyone :)
I received an email from a customer who was alarmed by my decision to centre LGBTQ+ and BIPOC+ creators in this shop. I wanted to publish my response.
A summary of the changes I'm making at Little Red Tarot following a two-month sabbatical.
Reflections, themes and shifts resulting from our spring sabbatical.
Happy full moon! The shop will close on the 9th February for a reflective sabbatical.
Ho, ho... um, ho.
The mindless consumerism that Black Friday represents is having a devastating effect on our individual and collective mental health, our communities, and our planet.
New decks! Lunar planners! Brexit news and winter breaks.
New decks in the shop, BIPOC representation update, a gorgeous review, improvements and tweaks...
There is no going back. The conversation about racism, about white supremacy, about our deeply, deeply broken unjust systems, is too loud to ignore and those with power are having to listen. Here's what we're doing in the shop.
If you're a Little Red Tarot visitor and a person of colour, I would love to invite you to take part in our POC customer survey.
A quick note to answer customers wondering when this or that deck will be back on the shelves.
I have just taken inventory of every deck we currently stock, so I can look at the state of representation in my purportedly 'diverse' shop.
The Little Red Tarot Shop is closed this week in protest and solidarity with the movement for Black lives.
Transform yourself to transform the world.
- Grace Lee Boggs
It's way past time for for white folks to level up our anti-racism work.
What I'm listening to while I'm packing your lovely orders.
As usual, there are shop updates, great free tips and resources - plus Cathou is back with a gorgeous spread to help you express yourself in scary times.
An update on how disruption throughout international delivery systems is affecting customers.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to grow, we are in continual discussion about whether or not to remain open.
I decided against sending two separate emails, one attending to the current crisis, the other acting like it's business as usual.
"My entire queer feminist being is so entwined with PHAEDRA, and I like it that way. My main aim was simplicity, and with that comes an openness with which any identity can find comfort."
Pay-what-you-feel isolation package for folks with vulnerable health conditions.
A brief update on how coronavirus may be impacting on LRT orders.
What do we really know about where our spiritual tools are made, and by who? Let's talk about it.