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We're excited about is from Briana Saussy, who's writing about harvest goddesses for the issue and who's written for several other issues and whom we previously profiled when she came out with her book Making Magic. And NOW she has a new...
Estelle’s Spells What is a custom magical candle? It’s a completely custom candle made just for you and what you desire! It also makes a wonderful gift. Simply answer the questionnaire and Estelle will get to work brewing your perfect...

Brown Sugar Fairies

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PHOTO BY JOHN ALEXANDER   For those who have never seen Brown Sugar Fairies, the glorious celebration of diversity in the fae realm created by Aiysha Sinclair on Instagram, you can only imagine what you’re missing. A gorgeous lakeside fairy bower...
In June 2021, Enchanted Living interviewed the multi-dimensional visionary artist and author, Ashley River Brant about her new book, Tending to the Sacred. Now she is offering the world a hand-illustrated oracle card deck to help you increase your connection to your...
We wanted to tell you about this charming and possibly irresistible new tome by Opal Luna, Fiber Magick, which celebrates the witchy power of crochet, knotwork, and other fiber crafts. You can see find it at https://www.llewellyn.com/product.php?ean=9780738765426Just look at how lovely this...
We wanted to share this gorgeous brand-new video from Eye of Melian, which takes its name from the character Melian in Tolkien’s The Silmarillion. The following excerpt imaginatively and beautifully embodies the essence and spirit of what the music of Eye of...
Portrait of Oscar Wilde (1882), by Napoleon Sarony IanDagnall Computing / Alamy Stock Photo If we were in Paris (we really should be in Paris!), I would say, “Let’s buy cups of steaming hot chocolate and flaky, buttery croissants at our...
This month we asked our readers: Tell us about your favorite magical beast! (Domestic, farm, woodland, or mythical—they’re all fair game!) My favorite “beast” is the selkie. Growing up near the ocean I was always enchanted by the seals playing gracefully...
Feature Image: The Roses of Heliogabalus (1888), by Lawrence Alma-Tadema   Last spring, the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research offered an online course entitled “On Decadence: Aesthetics, Culture, and Decline” that quickly—and sadly, for our Enchanted Living editors—sold out. How could...