Photography by KRISTIN REIMER   If you ask Gregory Henderson how he and his partner and husband, Joseph Massa, came to build a beyond-bespoke fairy-themed cottage at their inn in the Catskills, he just might tell you the wee people made...
Illustration by Guinevere von Sneeden • A path where she’s quite certain there was no path before. • A delicious bright orange ruffled mushroom that is savory and delicious when cooked.* • Deer, birds, squirrels, and other forest creatures. (She steps as...
For years I used to think magic was all just made-up fairy tales and stories our parents tell us when we’re young. I would dream of fairy parties deep in the woods or mysterious treasure maps turning up in...
At the Back of the North Wind (1919), illustrated by Jessie Willcox Smith Wikimedia Commons   There is an image that has stayed with me since childhood: a tall woman, almost impossibly tall, taller than the tops of the London houses, with...
“The Moon” from the Divine Feminine Tarot by Corina Nika. www.cocorrina.com

Dark Moon Decadence

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Feature Image: “The Moon” from the Divine Feminine Tarot by Corina Nika. www.cocorrina.com You can tell a new tale from an old one by the lack of pause, the lack of a sacred taking in of breath. In the old...
Here's a lovely spell from our cover witch Old School Bruja (you can also find this on her blog): It is that time of year when we are preparing for the cooler months. Our mornings are becoming crisp and begin...
Photography by LUNAHZON PHOTOGRAPHY Ten years ago, when the Minnesota Renaissance Festival put out a call for tails for their brand-new half-lady, half-fish attraction, identical twins Abby and Bryn Roberts took note. Though the duo didn’t know the first thing...
Imagine a candlelit table. A jack-o’-lantern sits at the center, his glowing grin flashing onto plates full of autumnal fare: treacle tarts, pumpkin rolls, butternut squash, stews, puddings, and a great roasted pumpkin. Your hands are still sticky from an...
Signe Pike Photography by Mark Callander

Enchanted Waters

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Photography by Mark Callander Somewhere long ago, in a shady forest pool or a high mountain lake, a woman hovered her palm flat above the water’s surface. Whether this was so she could to meet her twin in the water’s...
Honoring the forest is an easy thing. Arched boughs and weaving trails practically demand reverence. Those of us who feel drawn to nature often bring a token of our appreciation, something to leave in the hollow of a log...