In my new video series, 4 Quick Q’s, I ask pagan authors four questions determined at random, by rolling a D20!
This episode features Misha Magdalene, author of Outside the Charmed Circle: Exploring Gender and Sexuality in Magical Practice, the first book I reviewed on this blog!
More info about Misha
Tamsin Davis-Langley (she/her/they/them) is a multi-classed, multi-geek, multi-queer witch and sorcereress with a degree in gender studies and an initiate of multiple lines of traditional witchcraft, including Anderson Feri and Gardnerian Wicca, as well as a reckless dabbler in both modern ceremonial magic and grimoiric goetia. Under her nom de plume of Misha Magdalene, she is the author of Outside the Charmed Circle: Exploring Gender & Sexuality in Magical Practice (Llewellyn, January 2020) and, from August 2017 to January 2021, the similarly named blog “Outside the Charmed Circle” at Patheos. They’ve been blogging since 2001, negotiating the online world since 1987, playing Dungeons & Dragons since 1981, and listening to weird music since birth. A native of California, she spent several formative years in upstate South Carolina, and now lives on occupied Duwamish territory in the Seattle area with their polymath wife, her precocious daughter, and two adorably destructive black kittens.
Get Outside the Charmed Circle:
- Amazon (Canada)
- Amazon (UK)
- Barnes & Noble
- My review: majorarqueerna.com/outside-the-charmed-circle-is-the-book-we-all-need/
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