About Anie Savino

Anie Savino is a queer herbalist and anthropologist, as well as a Kemetic Witch. She is perpetually invested in learning how humans and plants co-habitate this planet, culturally and magically. When not concocting in her apothecary, reconstructing ancient and historical recipes, or writing the Liminal Magic zine, she takes time to dance and attend local and far-flung art and music festivals.

The Dionysian Spirit, by Sean Fitton

The Dionysian Spirit focuses on syncretic practices and theory, demonstrating why Dionysian rites were

Dictionary of Ancient Magic Words and Spells, by Claude Lecouteux

The Dictionary of Ancient Magic Words and Spells brings a range of influences together

A Witch’s Pyramid of Inclusivity

The conversations surrounding accessibility, diversity, inclusivity, and representation have come to the forefront of

Ancient Egyptian Magic, by Eleanor Harris

Ancient Egyptian Magic provides a place to get started with divination, spell casting, and

The Byzantine Tarot

Like the Holy icons and elaborate churches, The Byzantine Tarot will illuminate divine inspirations.

Four Thieves: From medicine to magick

The legend of the Four Thieves blend is shrouded in history and myth, can

Everyday Witchcraft, by Deborah Blake

In Everyday Witchcraft Blake has compiled many short and sweet acts to encourage taking

Albuquerque: Magical Mountain Mabon

The Magical Mountain Mabon Festival, this year featuring Selena Fox as its headliner, focuses

Mabon, by Diana Rajchel

I recommend Mabon: Ritual, Recipes & Lore for the Autumn Equinox to anyone wanting

Bringing Race to the Table, ed. by Crystal Blanton

Pagans of all ages, creeds and varieties can benefit greatly from reading Bringing Race

The Case for Polytheism, by Steven Dillon

The Case for Polytheism furthers a rich tradition of Pagan polytheists discussing their beliefs

Techniques of Graeco-Egyptian Magic, by Stephen Skinner

In Techniques of Graeco-Egyptian Magic, Stephen Skinner uncovers detail that brings to life magick