Book Review: “Queering Your Craft” by Cassandra Snow

“Queering Your Craft: Witchcraft From the Margins” by Cassandra Snow is one of the most necessary publications in witchcraft this year. I don’t think I’m exaggerating, though that sentence may appear hyperbolic. The reason I believe so firmly in this book is because it is something that I myself have been looking for for years. Apologies for the photo quality! I’m working out some lighting kinks There have been many books published recently about queer witchcraft, and I will always read them. Some of my favorites include “Queer Magic” by Tomás Prower and the essay collection “Becoming Dangerous.” However, neither...

Readings On An Election

I didn’t have anything profound to say here last week. I was processing my feelings about the United States Presidential (and Senate! And House! And State!) elections mostly offline, because I knew that I had a ton of internal work to be doing. I also know that with everything that has been happening, and the challenging astrology of the moment, that I didn’t want to feed into any fear of others. Sometimes, it’s better to process off line. In today’s social media culture, and also as a person who speaks openly about my own processing and growth on social media,...