Episode 220 – Divine Divination with Siri Vincent Plouff and Cassandra Snow

We talk tarot, runes, Queerness, and more!

Tarot, Runes, Melted Lead, and more!

Summary: We chat with Siri Vincent Plouff and Cassandra Snow about the intersections of divination, folklore, community, Queerness, and much more in this episode.

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Producer for this show: This episode is supported by listener Matthew Venus of Spiritus Arcanum in Salem. We hope you enjoy your new familiar, Gary Busey, and keep him well-fed and magically bound as needed.

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You can find our guests at:

The Heathen’s Journey Podcast with Siri Vincent Plouff and their website Northern Lights Witch

Cassandra Snow – the website!

Plus you can find their books: Lessons from the Empress (by Cassandra Snow and Siri Vincent Plouf), Queering the Tarot (by Cassandra Snow), and Queering Your Craft (by Cassandra Snow)

Our guests mention the site Asali Earthworks as well for Queer-friendly and social justice-oriented tarot reviews and more. Maria Minnis’ Anti-Racist tarot website also gets brought up.

We mention a LOT of tarot decks, too, including:

Some upcoming publications from us:

Cory recently contributed to The Gorgon’s Guide to Magical Resistance, edited by Jenn Zahrt and Laura Tempest Zakroff (which includes his “penis trees” article along with a lot of other great pieces) and the upcoming release of the Llewellyn’s Complete Book of North American Folk Magic, out in Spring 2023. Also be on the lookout for our upcoming collaborative book Conjuring the Commonplace: A Guide to Everyday Enchantment and Junk Drawer Magic also coming in 2023 from 1000Volt Press.

You can now buy Cory’s book, New World Witchery: A Trove of North American Folk Magic! (also available from Amazon)

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