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The Art of Love Tarot: Illuminating the Creative Heart, by Denise Jarvie

The Art of Love Tarot, by Denise Jarvie

The Art of Love Tarot deck created by Denise Jarvie holds a potent type of nurturing, earthy magick.
Vivid Journey Tarot, by Jessica Alaire 'The High Priestess'

Vivid Journey Tarot

How many tarot readers have allowed their minds to ponder creating their own personal tarot deck? For Jessica Alaire, the result is the Vivid Journey Tarot and accompanying book, Guide to Your Vivid Journey.
Detail from The Sun, Next World Tarot, by Cristy C. Road

Tarot for kids: 15 decks to get them started

If you read tarot and have children in your life, chances are they are super curious about the cards.
Mystical Manga Tarot, detail of The Magician

Mystical Manga Tarot

I love manga and anime so I was excited to get my hands on the Mystical Manga Tarot illustrated by Rann with text by Barbara Moore. What I found was a densely illustrated, sweet deck that was perfect for beginners and quick readings.
Instant Tarot: Your Complete Guide to Card Reading, by Monte Farber, Amy Zerner

Instant Tarot, by Monte Farber and Amy Zerner

It’s almost hard to imagine a new angle on card interpretation, but in Instant Tarot Monte Farber and Amy Zerner have found an interesting one. Their focus here is card positioning -- where the card sits within a layout. It sounds deceptively simple but it’s innovative and new for the genre.
Detail from the High Priestess, Next World Tarot, by Cristy C. Road

Next World Tarot

There are many tarot decks in the world, but representation and diversity are still a major issue in most mass market decks. Next World Tarot by Cristy C. Road takes this issue head on with a deck that is modern and full of symbolism that aligns with the times we live in.
Book of Shadows Tarot, Volume 2, The Magician

Book of Shadows Tarot Complete Kit

I was intrigued by the Book of Shadows Tarot Complete Kit from Barbara Moore because it offered two separate tarot decks that could work as one.
3 card spread by ariel grimm, Five Essential Books of Tarot Fiction by marjorie jensen

Five essential books of tarot fiction

Tarot is a site of transference between art and literature. The images in many tarot cards represent various mythological and religious stories. For instance, Strength in the Visconti-Sforza deck draws upon the myth of Hercules and the Nemean lion, and the four creatures in the Rider-Waite-Smith Wheel of Fortune were previously seen in the Books of Revelations and Ezekiel. Tarot can also be used as inspiration for writing new stories. There are a large number of tarot spreads for characterization, narrative development, enhancing the environment, and much more. I’ve drawn upon Corinne Kenner’s Tarot for Writers as well as created original spreads when designing my tarot writing workshops. I’ve compiled a list of essential books to begin--or continue--your journey into tarot fiction:
The Wisdom Seeker's Tarot- Cards and Techniques for Self-Discovery and Positive Change by David Fontana

The Wisdom Seeker’s Tarot

I would recommend The Wisdom Seeker's Tarot to any experienced tarot reader, or for those seeking to use the tarot as a guide for deeper self-exploration.
Everyday Witch Tarot, by Deborah Blake and Elisabeth Alba

Everyday Witch Tarot

The Everyday Witch Tarot has beautiful artwork, and an exceptionally well-written accompanying book. This deck would be ideal for a beginning reader.
The Marseille Tarot Revealed: A Complete Guide to Symbolism, Meanings & Methods

Marseille Tarot: A comparative review

Marseille Tarot is one of the oldest and most distinct tarot decks in existence. The unique art seems simple, but this deck style holds many mysteries.
Cat Tarot by Carole-Anne Eschenazi

Cat Tarot

There are a lot of really unique tarot decks out there that speak to many specific niches. Cat Tarot by Carole-Anne Eschenazi is one such deck.
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