Illustration by Guinevere von Sneeden • If you go longer than a week without visiting the woods, you start to fade and pine, whether it’s the hottest day of summer or icicles are dripping from the trees. • When you spy...
We talk to the best-selling author and enchantress about her love for the forest and her new book The Wicked King. *Interview from Issue #46 Into The Forest Issue - Subscribe | Print | Int Print | Digital Enchanted Living: Can...
Can you tell us a bit about where you live and the work you do? I grew up in western Queensland, Australia, on a cattle station, but now I live in Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland. It is a...
Photography by Gale Zucker. Model Ali Weiss At first she didn’t know a spell had been cast upon her husband. They had known each other since they were children. They’d grown up together and went to school together and loved...
We wanted to tell you about this brand-new novel from best-selling author M. Louise Cadrin called The Starchild of Atarashara: The Field of Unlimited Possibilities, which is about a magic-seeing thirteen-year-old girl who feels like a misfit until she...
A feature in the winter issue is a piece by author and palm reader Helene Saucedo on "The Stories in the Sky," where she takes a look at the constellations from a palmist perspective. Helene also has a book coming out this fall...
Given our great love of tea and tea parties, we thought we'd go to a tea expert/master tea blender, our friend Emeric Harney of Harney & Sons teas, and ask him for some tips, which seems especially appropriate this evening with this...
Illustrations by Krista M. Jones I am a palm reader. Like all occupations, it comes with its set of pros and cons. On the plus side, I have the privilege of connecting with hundreds of people on a deeply personal level...
Feature Image Credit:  Peter Horree / Alamy Stock Photo He drifted through kelp, broken scalp diffusing red like squid ink clouding itself. Crowded, the spiny urchins hinged their drift west. He slept, I knew, towards his death. What harm could there be in waking him? Through...

The Moon-Gazing Hare

Look for her at midnight, as she twitches her nose and raises her head to the full moon, soft ears falling behind her. She is the moon-gazing hare, and can be seen in countless artistic depictions by artists modern...
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