The modern craft


New Age / Esoterics

Alice Tarbuck

Claire Askew

Watkins Nourish

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Powerful Voices on Witchcraft Ethics

An eclectic and radical collection of essays on contemporary witchcraft and the ethics of magic – this is a must-read for anyone engaged with the occult, witchcraft or magics of any kind.

Fascinating snapshots of contemporary occult practice viewed through an intersectional lens, essays include poets on the magic inherent in language, working-class witches on the reclamation of agency through practical spellwork, and gender fluid practitioners on the necessity of breaking down traditional hierarchies in magical symbolism. Poetic, inspiring and electrifying glimpses from the brink of contemporary craft, these essays show how anyone, no matter where they live or who they are, can find positivity and the force for powerful change in the subversive unknown.

Alice Tarbuck

Dr Alice Tarbuck, author of A Spell In The Wild, is an academic specializing in witchcraft and environmental humanities.

Claire Askew

Dr Claire Askew is the author of three novels and two poetry collections. Claire’s accolades include the Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize and the McIlvanney Debut Prize.
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