Featuring a diverse array of voices from the contemporary witchcraft community, this anthology is an invitation to practicing witches, and those newly drawn to the craft, to explore the authentic intersections of magic, social justice, spirituality, and personal development.
The anthology aims to highlight how witchcraft has always been a diverse, constantly evolving, culturally specific practice with many lineages and rich traditions. It features essays, spells, and reflections from witches, traditional healers, herbalists, and artists on themes of magical activism, animism, and merging ancient practices with modern technologies, among other mystical subjects. The diverse representation of contributors will honor and celebrate the multicultural and multivalent ways the witch operates within our society.
Casey Zabala is the founder of Modern Witches and the author of The Wanderer's Tarot (Weiser, 2016) and Wyrd Sisters Oracle (forthcoming from Weiser, 2024).
Weiser acquired World English rights. Publication is anticipated for Fall 2024.