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Witchcraft Activism, by David Salisbury
Reading and using Witchcraft Activism: A Toolkit for Magical Resistance is a good first step to manifesting change for those who need it most.
Keeping Her Keys, by Cyndi Brannen
Keeping Her Keys by Cyndi Brannen is an introduction to Hekate with a overview and brief history of how Hekate has been perceived over time.
What is Modern Witchcraft?, edited by Trevor Greenfield
What is Modern Witchcraft includes 11 essays written from Celtic and English traditions, from classic to contemporary witchcraft.
Light Magic for Dark Times, by Lisa Marie Basile
There’s a trend in witch lit towards treating witchcraft as a form of self-care. Light Magic for Dark Times is the zenith of that trend.
Witchcraft and Secret Societies of Rural England, by Nigel Pennick
Witchcraft and Secret Societies of Rural England: The Magic of Toadmen, Plough Witches, Mummers, and Bonesmen by...
Witchbody, by Sabrina Scott
I absolutely adore the way Sabrina Scott crosses all sorts of boundaries to weave together the marvelous story that is Witchbody.
Holy Wild, by Danielle Dulsky
The Holy Wild by Danielle Dulsky is a revolutionary guide for feminine empowerment that offers a paradigm shift in the history of witchcraft.
Ethics in witchcraft: Where do you fall?
Ethics: it can be a tinderbox subject in any situation, but within the spheres of witchcraft and Paganism, there always seems to be drama.
Building community: Approaching WITCHfest North 2018
WITCHfest North was created by a small group of volunteers putting together a celebration of witches, Wiccans, Pagans, and women in the arts.
Are you a good witch, a bad witch, or something else?
It seems there is some division within the Pagan community that perpetuates stereotypes about the practice of binding.
Pagan heritage: Connecting to your roots and finding common ground
My understanding of my Pagan heritage is something that has changed, evolved, and grown over the years, and I'm sure it will continue to do so.
A witch’s guide to Salem: Navigating the sacred and the profane
Consumerism is not going to disappear, so perhaps we can be discerning, provide education, and look at Salem as a locus of witch activity