I had the pleasure of presenting a 30-minute workshop on queer Qabala for LlewellynCon 2022! In case you missed the workshop, you can catch the replay below or on Crowdcast. LlewellynCon has a great lineup of speakers and topics through next week. Be sure to check it out!
This episode features Mhara Starling, author of Welsh Witchcraft. We talked about the inspirations behind her book, the complex dynamics of antiquity vs. authenticity, and how her younger self would’ve reacted to her book.
This episode features Tomás Prower, the award-winning author of books on multicultural magic and mysticism, including Queer Magic (my review), Warrior Magic, La Santa Muerte, and Morbid Magic. We talk about “Xena: Warrior Princess,” magickal books he returns to again and again, and what book he’s loving reading right now.
This episode features Christopher Penczak, author of many books, including the new 20th anniversary edition of The Inner Temple of Witchcraft. We talk about his favorite place to write, what other pagan author leaves him in awe, and more.
This episode features Irene Glasse and Caine Dreamwalker, authors of Blackfeather Mystery School: Magpie Training (coming May 23). We talk about their favorite places to write, how they beat writer’s block, and we even have some friendly kitties briefly making an appearance on camera!
This episode features pagan author Cassandra Snow, author of Queering the Tarot, Queering Your Craft, and the forthcoming Lessons From the Empress: A Tarot Workbook for Self-Care and Creative Growth.
Jack Chanek and I had so much fun talking in episode 1 of 4 Quick Q’s, we decided to talk again, but dive deeper on Qabala stuff for an hour instead. Jack Chanek (he/him/his) is the author of Qabala for Wiccans: Ceremonial Magic on the Pagan Path, and in this stream we talked about ourContinue reading “Bonus Book Talk: Qabala Special with Jack Chanek”
This episode features pagan author Courtney Weber, author of Hekate: Goddess of Witches.
This episode features pagan author Storm Faerywolf, author of The Witch’s Name: Crafting Identities of Magical Power.
This episode features nonbinary pagan author Yvonne Aburrow, author of Dark Mirror: The Inner Work of Witchcraft.