About Daleth West

Sarah Innis is an autodidact of esoteric studies with roots and interest in Wicca, Asatru, Thelema, Chaos Magick and Golden Dawn traditions. She is also a writer, a podcaster and a graduate student in Gender Feminist and Women's Studies at York University in Toronto. Her academic interests include depictions of women in horror and gender in health care.

Wicca, Plain and Simple, by Leanna Greenaway

There is something so satisfying about a guide entitled, “The only book you’ll ever

Witchcraft and social media: Digital tools for magick

Digital spaces in general, and social media specifically, offers witches so may exciting new

Instant Tarot, by Monte Farber and Amy Zerner

It’s almost hard to imagine a new angle on card interpretation, but in Instant

Magical Power for Beginners, by Deborah Lipp 

Newcomers will love Magical Power For Beginners, and experienced magicians are likely to find

Dreaming Wide Awake, by David Jay Brown

Dreaming Wide Awake has me exploring techniques to induce lucid dreaming, to pay attention

Everyday Witch Tarot

The Everyday Witch Tarot has beautiful artwork, and an exceptionally well-written accompanying book. This

Glamour Magic, by Deborah Castellano

Glamour Magic not really about glamour magick, but rather about the function of glamour

Witch activism: It’s happening now

Given their history as a persecuted group, it’s logical that witches would be resistant

Find your new favourite indie tarot among these 11 decks

Recent years have provided an explosion of interest in tarot, with a proliferation of

The Book of Kitchen Witchery, by Cerridwen Greenleaf

The Book of Kitchen Witchery by Cerridwen Greenleaf is a nice book that will

Rituals for Beginners, by Richard Webster

Rituals for Beginners is a great guide to ritual work that would be useful

Communing with the Ancestors, by Raven Grimassi

Communing with the Ancestors aims to provide a pathway through which the Ancestors can