The Enchanted World of Katerina Plotnikova

On The Cover of Issue #28 AUtumn 2014 Subscribe // Order Back Issues Moscow-based photographer Katerina Plotnikova is one of the most exciting artists out there today, with her...

Beata Beatrix

by Grace Nuth Photography by Steve Parke She sits, back slumped in a way that indicates she is oblivious of our gaze or the propriety...
Terry Dresbach Diana Gabaldon as Iona MacTavish Outlander Faerie Magazine

Dressed to Thrill

Should you encounter Terry Dresbach at Thru the Stones in late November, billed as “the first and largest Outlander convention in the Central United States,”...

An Invocation to Witches

Photography: Val Gleason (@vallerina01) Models: Tiffany Megan (@the.seasonal.scottish.lass), Ginkgo Greene (@ginkgogreene), Haylie Hopkins (@hotmesshaylie) When searching for the right cover for this vintage witch issue, there...

Druids Dance

Photography by Ange Harper “There’s no place on earth with more of the old superstitions and magic mixed into its daily life than the Scottish...

The Magical Beasts of Anastasiya Dobrovolskaya

Late last year on social media I saw the most extraordinary image: three very different women holding three very different foxes, all in hues...

Virginia Hankins Lady Knight

You might recognize our cover model—female knight, professional archer, mermaid, and entrepreneur Virginia Hankins—from our Spring 2014 issue, in which we told you all about...
Falling Through Time Outlander Faerie Magazine Diana Gabaldon

Falling Through Time Outlander

Photography: Steve Parke Gown/Styling: Justina A. Prince Model: Sarah Bentman MUA and Hair: Nikki Verdecchia of NV Salon Collective When the day shall come, that we...
Mermaid Issue Faerie Magazine

Beneath The Waves

The fairies we see in today’s pop-culture representations are only a small shadow of the rich world of Faerie lore. It shouldn’t surprise anyone,...

Night Of The Witch

This is Midsummer’s Eve. And you’re probably dancing by now. Maybe you’ve already been dancing all day, skipping as you weave long ribbons and flower garlands around the tallest tree or wooden pole within reach. But now it’s time to let go of the ribbons, gather your magic into both hands, let it make its bright way into the night. Tonight even the kindliest witch has a wild heart. So take off the apron; let down your hair. Your sisters are waiting.