October 1, 2019

Dear Greta Thunberg: I’m writing to tell you I’m sorry. I’m sorry I didn’t do enough. I’m 44 years old, and my generation has left this big mess in your lap; yours, my childrens’, everyone’s. I thought I was contributing. I thought I was making a difference. I thought wrong. Read more

July 21, 2019

A review of Madeline Miller’s book Circe, a modern retelling of the Odyssey from the viewpoint of Circe, goddess and witch. Read more

June 11, 2019

Most Witch Wars begin with misunderstandings and unspoken resentments. Learn how to prevent this through communication techniques for covens and magickal groups. Read more

May 27, 2019

If magick is so effective, why does it often seem to go so wrong? Sable Aradia helps you track down the problems and teaches you how to combat them. Read more

May 22, 2019

Sable Aradia explains how your subconscious beliefs can limit you and suggests ways to overcome them. Read more

May 3, 2019

Meditation is an essential skill in manifesting magick, but meditation is easier than you think. Sable Aradia teaches you how to practice those skills. Read more

March 11, 2019

I’ve long been a fan of the Runespells series, which I’m sure everyone knows by now. I happened to get in on the ground floor just after the first volume, Too Wyrd, came out. The Chains that Bind is the best one yet! Read more

March 1, 2019

The next episode of Witchcraft & Voodoo, a biweekly show that focuses on comparing and contrasting the two traditions, airs Monday March 3 at 9 a.m. Pacific / 12 p.m. Eastern. Co-hosts: Sable Aradia and Lilith Dorsey. This week’s topic: ritual tools. Read more

February 11, 2019

I’m excited to announce that Diana Paxson will be contributing her classic story, “Rides of the Rainbow Ridge,” to my editorial debut: Gunsmoke & Dragonfire: A Fantasy Western Anthology! Read more

February 7, 2019

D.J. Conway passed away last week, I was saddened to see. And all over the internet today, people are singing her praises. Which strikes me as odd, because all I remember seeing on the internet until the day she died was vitriol. Read more

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