In this section, we at Moon-Birds will regularly offer recommendations from our own witchy, weird, wild, and wicked playlists. Feast your ears on this, and get magickal.
Your lips sip tea and kiss boys and girls. They recite spells and burn from the spice of jalapeño margaritas. They are the boundary between the thoughts you keep in your head and the words you speak out loud. Bold and blood red, or bare naked. Just keep them moisturized.
- “Hands” by Pallavi Wakharkar in Pigeon Pages
- “Mushrooms, Magma and Love in a Time of Science” by Jason Farago in the New York Times
- “My Panic Disorder Kinda Sorta Helped Me Quit Coffee (for Now)” by Kat Kinsman in MyRecipes’ Extra Cripsy
- “The Language of What Can and Cannot be Measured” by Kristina Moriconi in LUMINA: Volume XVI (print only)
- “Brand Me” by Marisa Crane in Cotton Xenomorph
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