So please tell us how you got inspired to do wondersmithing? When I was studying glassblowing in college, I realized that creating tactile surfaces for people to touch was a big part of my work, and the easiest way to...
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...
You might have noticed this call out to Evercrumbly & Witch in our new autumn issue:Not to mention remember this feature on witch hats from our autumn 2018 Practical Magic issue, which included one of Evercrumbly & Witch's creations (bottom right) (the print...
We have something special to share with you from author Briana Saussy, whose new tome Making Magic focuses on making magic in the most lovely, everyday ways, using things you already have in your home, like candles, tea, salt, and...
We want to tell you about enchantress Natalie Toma and her Enchanted Realms, which she created "as a way for people to recognize the magic in their own lives" and through which she's "created a variety of magical products...
We wanted to tell you about jeweler Katherine Helm of Silver Bramble Jewelry (https://www.silverbramblejewelry.com/), of which we'd like to own every piece. I mean... look at this sweet unicorn hanging out on a mirror and then magically appearing on a finger at the same time:And...
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...
You’ve probably heard of Juniper Fox. With her nearly 3 million Instagram fans and personal line of products that include T-shirts, pins, and stickers, not to mention her very own celebrity bio, Juniper: The Happiest Fox, she might be...
Read an excerpt from The Lost Queen Faerie Magazine: Many of our readers were fans of your first book, Faery Tale. Tell us about that book. What was it like traveling through the U.K. and meeting the Frouds? Signe Pike: Faery...
We found Ellen Evert Hopman's Scottish Herbs and Fairy Lore to be an invaluable resource as we prepared our Outlander issue, which is chock full of herbal magic and medicine, and recently asked her a few questions. Here are her luminous answers: Can you tell...