Happy Halloween friends! Are you excited? I am! This is my most favourite holiday of the year! It’s a time of magick and mystery and monsters. It’s a time when anyone can be whomever or whatever they want and embrace that identity for one incredible night. Plus… candy. Last year for Halloween I talked about … Continue reading A Very Fat Feminist Halloween Special! Vol. 2
This Sketchy Herb and Magic are both featured this month in the Witch n' Bitch! I chose them because they have strong connections to the world of the dead, and to transformation. Both Malachite and Mullein are an excellent addition to a Halloween or Samhain altar, are great for dream magick and astral travel, and … Continue reading Sketchy Herbs & Magic Rocks: Mullein & Malachite
Aaaah! October! It's a new month and I've got some new, awesome witch reads on the go right now, including a little bit of fiction. I've also got a winner of Crystals, Plain & Simple! at the bottom of this post so scroll down if you entered! When I started this blog I knew books would … Continue reading #WitchReads Weekly – October 1st!
This weekend is the peak time to view the annual Perseid Meteor shower, which is visible in our sky through July and August. This is an awesome time of movement and magick that can contribute tons of positive energy to your magick. Last night the Witch n' Bitch and I started our book for August … Continue reading #30DaysMagicalRoots Day 11: Write a Spell
🔮🔮🔮🔮/5! Heralded as one of the greatest figures in the history of modern witchcraft, Doreen Valiente made an unparalleled contribution to contemporary spiritual practice. This book tells her fascinating story, from her earliest encounters with the Craft to her work with Gerald Gardner and her emergence as one of the foremost thinkers in the revival … Continue reading Book Review of Shadows: Doreen Valiente, Witch by Philip Heselton
Listen to the episode on Podbean! Thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast! Today I'm talking about how out-dated and racially insensitive some of the common language of witchcraft and paganism can be - especially when witches who are white talk about the magickal traditions of witches who are black. This is … Continue reading Episode 21 – #WitchNBitch: How White Witches Talk About Black Magick
I recently asked y'all to share with me what comes to mind when you hear the term "Plantation Magic", in reference to "southern heritage magic". Before you ask, no this is not a very common term, but it is one I've recently come across and it made me think about the way we, often as … Continue reading #WITCHNBITCH Responses: Plantation Magic
Hey witches! I recently came across something in a newly published magick book that really made me stop and think. For two weeks I thought about what I'd read, whether or not I agreed with it, and how it made me feel. Eventually I sought out the advice of a friend who has personal knowledge … Continue reading #WITCHNBITCH Topic: “Plantation Magic”
Hey friends! I started this podcast in 2015 as sort of an experiment. I wanted to see if I could connect with cool witches around the world, while sharing my own personal experiences with witchcraft. I wanted to talk about witchcraft's role in body positivity, in my own personal brand of feminism, and in my … Continue reading Join the Community!
I have a confession to make: I super hate potlucks. I hate everything about potlucks. I hate the food that I remember so fondly from family funerals, I hate the unsatisfying and lopsided nature of a potluck meal, I hate carrying a hot tray on the bus to the party, and most of all I … Continue reading Up Your Pagan Potluck Game