We discuss all sorts of topics as we bring on author, dancer, artist, and all around righteous witch Laura Tempest Zakroff. We hear her takes on the many forms of cauldrons (you have more in your house than you know), sigils, and contemporary methods for traditional witchcraft. We also look at a strange and rather retro object in our Everyday Magic segment.
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Producers for this show: Heather, Jenna, Achija of Spellbound Bookbinding, Corvus, Khristopher, Ye Olde Magic Shoppe, Raven Dark Moon, Little Wren, J.C., Mandy, Josette, Jen Rue of Rue & Hyssop, Catherine, AthenaBeth, Cynara at The Auburn Skye, Victoria, Johnathan at the ModernSouthernPolytheist, Montine, Regina, Hazel, Michael, Patrick, & Sherry (if we missed you this episode, we’ll make sure you’re in the next one!). Big thanks to everyone supporting us!
You can find out all about Tempest’s art, magic, and writing at her websites:
- Laura Tempest Zakroff (her main page)
- Owlkeyme Arts (her arts page)
- Mago Djinn (her sigil crafts page)
Big thanks to listener Renee for suggesting the insect ash tray we discuss in the Everyday Magic section (see the pic above that she sent in). When discussing it, Cory mentions the books The Little Book of Magical Creatures (edited by Elizabeth Pepper and Barbara Stacy) and The Witching Way of the Hollow Hill (by Robin Artisson).
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Promos & Music
Incidental Music is “Mother’s Hands,” by Sergei Chereminisov, and is used under a Creative Commons License from the Free Music Archive.