Spellbinding Reads: The Body

It can be easy to get stuck in your head. Especially writers obsess over our imaginations, turning over words until we find just the right one. Sometimes we forget that even the most ethereal ideas are being kept inside our physical selves. Selves that need to be fed and, more importantly, caffeinated. We are blood, bone, muscle, and fat. And at least some percent coffee.

Inner Witch: The Glossy September Issue of the Spiritual World We Can’t Stop Talking About

RATING: 🌙 🌙 🌙 🌙 🌙  / 5 I've probably read half a dozen books on witchcraft this summer, but without a doubt, Inner Witch by Gabriela Herstik has easily become my instant favorite. It's breezy and readable, yet doesn't shy away from the core tenets traditionally associated with witchcraft. Inner Witch also is not directed toward any one particular "kind" of witch,... Continue Reading →

Spellbinding Reads: Community

Writing may often be a solitary act, but being a writer is not a solitary identity. Scattered across the world are fellow writers supporting each other, sharing work and offering optimism after an unpersonalized rejection from a dream journal. This week's recommended readings come from writers we know either personally, from a reading event, or through the power (sometimes misused) of Twitter.

Spellbinding Reads: The Sadness of Change

Change is inevitable, necessary. If you’re like a couple of our Moon-Birds, change can come in the form of exciting moves into the city. Change can also be unsettling, leaving you with no certainty but that what was has ended. We can wish for unending sameness, but it will never come. Each breath of air is different from the last.

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