Break the Spell: Witchcraft Is Capitalism’s New Trick

While many critiques of the Pinrose Witch Kit are valid and well-argued, most fail to address the bigger issue: Witchcraft and New Age spirituality have long been a site of cultural theft.

Turning 20: “Practical Magic” Travels Through the Realm of Outsiders

“Practical Magic” withstands the test of time and reinvigorates interest in witchy feminist spirituality. Read more »

BitchWatch: 14 Bitch-Approved TV Shows You Should Watch This Fall

This fall’s TV shows truly have something for everyone. Read more »

Untethered Women: Witches Are Celebrating the Resiliency of Spring

Why do modern witches celebrate a holiday that was initially associated with Christianity? Read more »

Bitch in a Box: 10 Gifts For Every Witch

These gifts will bring out a little magic in anyone. Read more »

WitchReads: 11 Books to Hex the Patriarchy

It’s the season of the witch. Read more »

Spelled Out: Stop Trying to Make “Witch Hunt” Happen, Donald

Saying that you’re the subject of a witch hunt implies that you’ve done nothing wrong, and that’s just not true, Donnie. Read more »

Meet your Mystics: Multi-Hyphenate Healer Dori Midnight on Magic for the Resistance

“We need to back up our spells and visions for justice with action, divestments, donations, solidarity work, and liberatory practices.” Read more »

Meet your Mystics: Rebecca Artemisa blends magic into resistance

In a world that keeps getter weirder, appealing to other realms makes more and more sense; and Rebecca Artemisa’s beliefs in heritage, self-care, and dialogue between human and nature offer a sense of both tradition and possibility. Read more »

Bwitch, Please: An Interview with Johanna Middleton and Martine Moore

Billed as a “witches brew of comedy, camp, and commentary,” the five-episode web series Bwitches, cocreated by best friends/roommates Johanna Middleton and Martine Moore, tackles... Read more »

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