"I learned while writing for Little Red Tarot how powerful it can be for people to know that they aren’t the only one to have an experience and to receive empathy." Catch up with Siobhan, and find out how to follow her work beyond LRT.
"A part of the radical shift of Northern Lights Witch is seeing myself a little bit more as a facilitator - I want to bring all the radical witches I admire together to create even more magic for you." LRT writer Abbie Plouff on intersectional spirituality.
"As Queering the Tarot has progressed, it’s become so much about community and collective healing." Tarot writer Cassandra Snow on what she learned writing our best-loved column.
"I think when change means loosening the locks on our internal cages, it feels like freedom and relief. Any homo who’s come out to themselves or trans person who finally got hormones knows what that’s like."
"I want to work myself out of a job." Photographer Fonna Seidu is breaking barriers and changing the visual landscape of health and wellness online.
"Levees go up. They come down. But the Mississippi and her people always endure. I wanted to pay homage to that."
"This conversation made me realize that I will need to put a disclaimer in my introduction about this deck. This deck has teeth and is not for the faint of heart!"
Get to know artist, illustrator and witch Sabrina Scott and their new column, which looks at radical magic and healing with ritual.
Get to know Cathou and her brilliant new column, which examines body representations in the tarot.
Did you know, the first 'professional' tarot reading Cassandra Snow ever did was for Alex Franzen? Here the two friends catch up about resilience in the face of rejection and setbacks (and tarot!)
Sarah Gottesdiener is one of my witchy-queer heroes. It was an honour, a privilege and a joy not only to contribute to the next issue of Many Moons, but to chat with her about queer magic, tarot and lunar love.
Maranda interviews Katie West on her upcoming anthology for witchy femmes, queer conjurers, and magical rebels.
Sarah Gottesdiener shares the journey that led her to create the phenomenally successful Many Moons Workbook.
Illustrator Stasia Burrington introduces her colourful, nature-rich tarot deck, inspired by Japanese and Buddhist concepts and ideals.
"Tarot is a way that I can step out of the moment and create some space, almost always alone, to get perspective, care for myself, come back to myself."
"I read most of this book while sitting in a hot bath and after each piece I would stop, take a deep breath and feel the wisdom from the book landing in my body."
The Brady Tarot is an artist's deck featuring North American flora and fauna that is lush, bold, obsessive, and true to its roots.
Alexis Cunningfolk is back with a review of Linestrider Tarot AND an interview with creator Siolo Thompson.
Andi interviews small-business owner Brettley Mason on queer empowerment, spiritual roots, political solidarity, ethical sourcing, and community support.
"I would at this point in my life describe myself as fat, black, queer, and divine. There isn't a deck out there to my knowledge that expresses this freedom that I feel within myself."
Andi interviews Mimi Khúc, guest editor of Asian American Tarot, on a majors-only deck in the making for a 5-part Asian American mental health project.
Andi swoons over a reading from the fierce indigenous femme healer Lettie Laughter and testifies as to why you should too.
Digging deeper into the practice of consciously choosing cards, Siobhan interviews the tarot reader, mentor, & Intuitive Sheilaa Hite.
an interview with multi-media artist Clementine Morrigan on the ways they use tarot in their zine making
"Being Jewish and identifying as Jewish are both really important to me. As are being feminist and queer. Being a priestess is completely intertwined with those identities. Magic exists. It just does. That's where the priestess part comes in."
"Noel’s Numinous Tarot brilliantly tells our stories, including our identities without distilling us to just cleverly put together letters of the alphabet."
Andi Grace interviews Lettie Laughter of High Moon Femme Tarot on personal reading style, decolonization, & ancestry.
"Because trauma, madness, chronic illness, and disability are core pieces of who I am, it would be completely impossible for my Tarot practice not to be influenced by them."
The world needs more queer/POC tarot decks. Here's one you can support! Plus a raw and honest interview with creator of the Next World Tarot, Cristy C Road!
God - some days I just really, really love my job.