https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-gwzqy-ced9a7 Hello friends and thank you so much for tuning in to episode 63 of the podcast. Today’s episode is kind of an extension from an episode I put out last year called Witches, Midwives and Doulas all about the role of midwives, herbalists, and medicine women in the history of witchcraft and women’s rights. … Continue reading Episode 63 – Witches, Midwives, and… abortionists?
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-k85wi-c1f07d Hey friends and thank you so much for tuning in to episode 56 all about the ancient Egyptian ideals of Ma’at, death rituals, and what happens to our souls in the afterlife. Welcome to October! It’s Halloween season, y’all! Every year in October I pick some element of the archetype of the Halloween witch … Continue reading Episode 56 – Ma’at and the Weighing of Your Heart
🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! " A nonfiction book of deeply personal essays by marginalised people using the intersection of feminism, witchcraft, and resistance to summon power and become fearsome in a world that would prefer them afraid. With contributions from twenty witchy femmes, queer conjurers, and magical rebels, Becoming Dangerous is a book of intelligent and challenging essays that will … Continue reading Book Review of Shadows- Becoming Dangerous: Witchy Femmes, Queer Conjurers and Magical Rebels on Summoning the Power to Resist
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-fq7zu-b996e6 Hello again witches, seekers, and friends, and thank you for tuning in to episode 49 on The Fat Feminist Witch podcast, which is a very special interview with kickass witch and real-live queen Joanna DeVoe! You can find out more about Joanna and all of her work at JoannaDeVoe.com, start your queenly journey with … Continue reading Episode 49 – Interview with Joanna DeVoe
Thank you so much to everyone who tuned in to Seeker’s Corner LIVE for our discussion about magic to do with your body, and everyone who’s watched the replay! The next episode is coming up this week – Friday May 24th, at 12 pm EST – and in this episode I'm putting my Tourism diploma … Continue reading Submit Questions for ‘Have Magic, Will Travel!” #SeekersCorner
Hello everyone and thanks for tuning in to episode 39 of The Fat Feminist Witch podcast. Today we’re talking about astrology and how it relates to psychology and the study of your personality, and I’ve got a new book review of shadows for you – The Little book of Saturn by Aliza Einhorn. It's the … Continue reading Episode 39 – The Psychology of Astrology
Hello witches, seekers, and friends! Thanks for tuning in to episode 34 of The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast, the show where we do a little ranting, raving, and wand-waving! Today we're talking about a profession and mission that's common in witchy and pagan circles - midwifery, doulas, and birth work. Is Midwifery witchcraft? Why are … Continue reading Episode 34 – Witches, Midwives, and Doulas
Despite being a 1 woman podcast, I relish in being able to share the voices of other women, femmes, and non-binary witches and activists. Interviewing these incredible people has changed my perspective, allowed me to learn whole new ways to practice and love magic, and allowed me to do some healing of my own. I … Continue reading Happy International Women’s Day 2018!
Oh ho ho, it's that time again witches! Time to give a good hard look at ourselves, and at a little controversy. A lil' background on today's Witch n' Bitch: Basic Witches by Jaya Saxena and Jess Zimmerman is the Book Club of Shadows pick for the month in my private group for Patreon patrons … Continue reading #WitchnBitch Topic: Witch, Ya Basic!
🔮🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! Witch, Slut, Feminist: these contested identities are informing millennial women as they counter a tortuous history of misogyny with empowerment. This innovative primer highlights sexual liberation as it traces the lineage of “witch feminism.” Juxtaposing scholarly research on the demonization of women and female sexuality that has continued since the witch hunts of the … Continue reading Book Review of Shadows: Witches, Sluts, Feminists by Kristen J. Solée