T. Thorn Coyle reminds us to slow down and appreciate small moments of beauty, and shares the most important ways their cheerleaders support them. This episode was filmed at Sacred Space/Between the Worlds 2023 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Enfys J. Book interviews J.R. Mascaro, author of “Seal, Sigil & Call” with the help of a D20, which has the BEST NAME EVER. This episode was filmed at Sacred Space/Between the Worlds 2023 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Enfys J. Book interviews Devin Hunter, author of “Crystal Magic for the Modern Witch.” This episode was filmed at Sacred Space/Between the Worlds 2023 in Baltimore, Maryland.
A D20 named Agatha chooses four questions for Diana Rajchel, author of “Hex Twisting” and “Urban Magick.” This episode was filmed at ConVocation 2023 in Detroit, Michigan.
Once again, Enfys J. Book rolls the dice of fate to determine which questions author Thorn Mooney will answer. Thorn is the author of “The Witch’s Path: Advancing Your Craft at Every Level.” This episode was filmed at Sacred Space/Between the Worlds 2023 in Baltimore, Md.
On this surprising and random interview show, the dice of fate determine which questions author David Salisbury will answer. David is the author of several books, including “Witchcraft Activism: A Toolkit for Magical Resistance.” This episode was filmed at ConVocation 2023 in Detroit, Michigan.
Enfys J. Book and their 20-sided die, named “Fnord” in this episode, chat with author Deborah Lipp, author of “Bending the Binary: Polarity Magic in a Non-Binary World.” They talk about Deborah’s passions for both polarity magic and queer community and authenticity, and how those two intermingle and can be complementary as opposed to divided.
Enfys J. Book and their handy 20-sided die chat with the enchanting and hilarious Deborah Blake, who shares her insights on her new book, “The Everyday Witch’s Coven.” In this episode, Deborah talks about how her spiritual path and coven have evolved, and how that inspired her to reimagine her previous work on magickal groups, “Circle, Coven, and Grove,” which was released in 2007. She also talked about who the cheerleaders are in her life, and some of her other upcoming works she’s particularly excited about.
As the Spider-Man film franchise has proven, it’s never too early for a reboot. My livestream show, “4 Quick Q’s: Book Talk With Enfys,” in which I interview pagan authors with the help of a 20-sided die picking the questions, has been on hiatus since December, as I’ve worked to retool it into something newContinue reading “4 Quick Q’s returns: Bigger, better, and somehow even sillier”
Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of chatting with Victoria Raschke of the WitchLit Podcast about writing, spirituality, my forthcoming book Queer Qabala: Nonbinary, Genderfluid, Omnisexual Mysticism & Magick, and my weird band, The Misbehavin’ Maidens. That episode is now available! Catch it wherever you listen to podcasts.