#HowRealWitchesDo: Witchcraft Without a Filter (Updated!)

Every October we're inundated with images of the stereotypical HALLOWEEN WITCH- pointy black hat, green skin, riding a broom, the works. Many witches embrace this caricature as a sister witch, and others think she's offensive, frightening, and garish. That's why every October I pick a facet of popular witchcraft and examine its effect on our … Continue reading #HowRealWitchesDo: Witchcraft Without a Filter (Updated!)

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Podcast Episode 32: Chakras Plain & Simple

Hello again, witches seekers and friends, and thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast - the show where I do a little ranting, raving, and wand waving. Today I'm talking all about CHAKRAS. Where they come from, what they are, what they do, and why you should care haha. I'll also be … Continue reading Podcast Episode 32: Chakras Plain & Simple

Podcast Ep – Interview with Fiona Horne, The Naked Witch!

Thanks for tuning in to the very first episode of The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast for 2018! I am so so excited to be back and even more excited to be talking with today's guest - Fiona Horne. You other 90s and early 2000s Wiccans might remember Fiona from her books on witchcraft like WITCH: … Continue reading Podcast Ep – Interview with Fiona Horne, The Naked Witch!

Podcast ep – Interview with Lilith Dorsey

Thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast, the show that examines witchcraft and spirituality from a modern, activist lens. Today I'm talking with Lilith Dorsey, voodoo priestess and magickal consultant, about her new book Love Magic, which was published by Weiser Books last year. Lilith and I discuss common issues with love … Continue reading Podcast ep – Interview with Lilith Dorsey

We’ve Come A Long Way, Baby

November 11, 2015 I posted my first ever podcast episode online! What a stressful, enlightening, empowering, and downright weird year it's been. I'm super psyched to no longer be recording and editing my episodes in the "voice memos" app on my phone and to share my voice and feelings with other voices and feelings all … Continue reading We’ve Come A Long Way, Baby