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The difference between the witch and the layperson is that witches already know they are powerful. The layperson may only suspect.

Edgy and often deeply personal, the 21 essays collected here come from a wide variety of writers. Some identify as witches, others identify as writers, musicians, game developers, or artists. What they have in common is that they've created personal rituals to summon their own power in a world that would prefer them powerless. Here, they share the rituals they use to resist self-doubt, grief, and depression in the face of sexism, slut shaming, racism, patriarchy, and other systems of oppression.

©2018, 2019 Katie West and Jasmine Elliott; Foreword copyright 2019 by Kristen J. Sollée (P)2019 Tantor

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  • wilson pipkin
  • 12-12-20

Lovely radical witchy goodness

Stories that felt like sisters, stories that felt like elders, and stories that taught me things I didn't know I needed to know. Highly recommended for all radical queers and witchy folks of all abilities and cultures.

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  • Reni Valentine
  • 31-08-20

A Series of Stories

This is a difficult title to review because it isn't 100% cohesive. Overall, I enjoyed the book. There were some essays that I enjoyed over others and some that I skipped altogether. I would have liked to have heard the essays read by their authors - I feel like that would have given this more of a connected feel.