About jennadanchuk

Jenna Danchuk has been an Assistant Editor of Spiral Nature since 2015. She is currently pursuing a Phd in Gender, Feminist, and Women's Studies at York University in Toronto where she studies the role of cultural production and knowledge exchange in feminist witchcraft and magical communities. A training ceremonial magician, but a feminist witch at heart, she has an interest in reconciling the two.

Astrological candle magick for the Yuletide season

While the Yule season are about celebrating with others, I also try to make

Monica Bodirsky’s Lucky Lenormand: An artist’s deck

Monica Bodirsky has been reading cards for more than 35 years, and has recently

Kink Magic, by Taylor Ellwood and Lupa

In Kink Magic: Sex Magic Beyond Vanilla, Taylor Ellwood and Lupa magick and kinky

Crone contact: An interview with psychic Christena Linka

Christena Linka has been working as a psychic for more than 45 years, and

Creativity, community, and self-care at WomynSpirit Festival 2015

WomynSpirit Festival is intimate and relaxed, and is perfect for anyone looking for an

Merlin Stone Remembered, by David B. Axelrod, et al.

Merlin Stone Remembered memorializes the woman who was one of the driving forces behind

Toronto Pagan Harvest Festival 2015

The Toronto Pagan Harvest Festival reminded me just how important these gatherings are for

Iconic occult documentaries of the ’70s

There's a certain something about occult documentaries made in the 1970s.

Brigid, by Courtney Weber

Brigid: History, Mystery, and Magick of the Celtic Goddess is both a reflection of

She is Sitting in the Night: Thea’s Tarot is really gay

She is Sitting in the Night traces the history of Thea’s Tarot, and Oliver