Gabriela Herstik: On Fashion Magick, Writing Rituals & DIY Witchcraft

Writer, Fashion Alchemist, and Venus devotee Gabriela Herstik has conjured up a potent guide for solitary witches that infuses disparate practices with a feminist punch. Her newly released book, Craft: How To Be A Modern Witch, is empowering without being trite or preachy, witty without losing reverence for the subject matter, and equal parts style and […]

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Jex Blackmore’s Satanic Ritual of Resistance

Last weekend, artist, activist and Satanic firebrand Jex Blackmore led a ritual of resistance that drew hundreds to a neon-lit warehouse in Detroit. Inspired by the recent implementation of a biblical “sexual identity” workshop by a metro-Detroit church and the hiring of religious activists in key positions in the Department of Health and Human Services, Blackmore’s […]

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February Slut of the Month: Corinne Dodenhoff

Well-versed in the ways of aural and visual seduction, creatrix Corinne Dodenhoff is our February Slut of the Month. A witch, fine artist, illustrator, musician, and 1/2 of Babe Coven (with her ride or die Haleigh Moon), she’s conjured interdisciplinary shows, witchy markets, and community events that center femmes and body positive magic. This Saturday, she’ll […]

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Literary Witches: Taisia Kitaiskaia & Katy Horan On Magic, Inspiration, and Collaboration

Literary Witches: A Celebration of Magical Women Writers is a kaleidoscopic grimoire that positions the great literary craftswomen of our time as seers, sorceresses, and sages. Taisia Kitaiskaia’s gripping, exquisitely crafted words are set ablaze by Katy Horan’s haunting images that pulse with primal magic. Their collaboration will not only inspire you to dig deeper into transportive […]

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Karyn Crisis’ Gospel of the Witches: Conjuring The Goddess On Salem’s Wounds

After years as an inimitable fixture on the New York underground scene with her band Crisis, Karyn Crisis returns with a new project, Gospel of the Witches, and a powerful, hypnotic record that she summoned with her partner, Davide Tiso. On Salem’s Wounds, Crisis is both conjurer and supplicant, entwining lore of the witch with the power of the divine […]

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Giving Voice to Our Pagan Past and Present: Pam Grossman on Witches, Women and Pop Occulture

A font of knowledge on mysticism and magick throughout history, Pam Grossman is one of the pre-eminent curators, writers and scholars giving voice to our pagan past and present. Whether declaring 2013 “The Year of The Witch” in The Huffington Post, editing Abraxas: International Journal of Esoteric Studies, or giving riveting presentations on the occult […]

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October Slut of the Month: Severely Mame

As a ghoul who’s regularly covered in enough blood to rival your heaviest flow day, Severely Mame is a perfect fit for our October Slut of the Month. We’re thrilled to post this pre-Samhain sit-down with New York City’s favorite dead girl as she talks sins, seduction and spells with us. Ripped from the epitaph […]

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