In a wide variety of pagan paths, many forms of modern magic and mystery hold an expectation that all parties are heterosexual, cisgender, and, in many cases, white. In this groundbreaking anthology, more than 40 contributors explore how being LGBT+ is not just acceptable when exploring magic, but powerful. Using the diverse tools of queer activism, education, and storytelling--from academic essays and first-person narratives to comics and poster-style art--this intersectional group exposes a world beyond what so many magical practitioners have presumed is "normal." Each piece is a unique and passionate chance to look into readers' own relationship with magic, break out of the tales of what magical practice "should" look like, and expand awareness into the queer magic as well as your own power beyond boundaries.
- 351 pages
- Mystic Productions Press (5/1/18)
- 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches