June 17, 2019

I’ve noted in previous posts that my relationship with the Wheel of the Year is ambivalent, but one of those valences is affection, and the following is written as affectionate humor. Read more

May 21, 2019

What DOES your favorite ritual took say about you? What messages are you unknowingly sending your fellow magicians, witches, druids, and other spooky woo-woo practitioners? Read to find out! Read more

April 8, 2019

The animism of Witchbody isn’t joyful serenity or justifiably crabby doomsaying, but rather, a vision of the world around us as radically egalitarian and profoundly interrelated. Read more

March 29, 2019

For some Pagans, the core of their belief system isn’t Paganism, polytheism, witchcraft, or magic: it’s whiteness. Whiteness is their god, their path, their religion. Read more

March 25, 2019

Pagans, polytheists and occultists might be the People of the Library, but if certain book-selling websites are anything to go by, we’re also the People of the Snarky Book Review. How can we better engage with the books we love so much? Read more

February 4, 2019

I know it’s been quiet around these parts lately. I’ve been banging away on the book for the past several months, and doing not much else besides. Coming out from under the book, though, I’ve got a few things coming up which might be of interest to any of you reading this. Let’s do a little catching up, shall we? Read more

January 17, 2019

Hello, beautiful creatures! Where’ve I been, and what’s been going on? The answer may shock you—but it probably won’t. Regardless, I’m excited to tell you what I’ve been up to for the past few months… Read more

December 14, 2018

If it brings folks joy to import Christmas into their observance of Yule, then by all means, go for it. It just doesn’t work for me, any more than Christmas did. Read more

November 5, 2018

Sadly, much like its titular heroine, “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” is caught between two worlds, dabbling in both but fully committed to neither, and the show suffers as a result. Read more

November 1, 2018

Hello, beautiful creatures! Today, I have the unalloyed pleasure of sharing with you an interview I conducted with Shannon Barber, a Black Queer writer and witch based in Seattle. Barber has written and published for over two decades, in genres ranging from poetry and essays on social justice to horror and urban fantasy fiction. I’ve lauded Barber’s work before on this very blog, and I was delighted when they agreed to my request for an interview. Enjoy! You’ve written a… Read more

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