When I saw Stefania Russo's work I knew I had to run it for the Halloween edition of Creators to Watch. It's creepy, dark, beautiful and a bit bloody. Learn more about her and her work in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
Welcome! I would love any and all feedback so feel free to reply to this email or contact me at my preferred internet lurking places down at the bottom. If you know about some resources I've missed, please feel free to send your suggestions along. The Origin Story of Halloween or Samhain, what’s that? Halloween is... Continue Reading →
I enjoyed my interview with Benjamin Bradley, which was over the phone, a rarity for me these days. I actually spoke to Bradley in the summer but we had to push his WILT back because of our editorial calendar, so I'm really glad his interview is finally here. Read all about him and his awesome... Continue Reading →
Sishir Bommakanti's strange and vibrant art caught my eye on Twitter recently, and I'm so glad we were able to feature him and his work on this week's Creators to Watch. See more of him in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
Man, I just keep finding amazing artists on Twitter and Merilliza Chan is a great example. I love her fantastical portraits and beautiful colors. Learn more about her and her art in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
The minute I saw Iris Compiet's profile picture on Twitter, I knew she was awesome. I'd found her wonderfully spooky art through the #VisibleWomen tag and the cloak in her picture just made me so happy. Read all about her in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
Squiggly Spells or What are Sigils? A sigil, as defined by Laura Tempest Zarkoff in her book Sigil Witchery, is a “carved, drawn, or painted symbol that is believed to have magical properties.” (Zarkoff 6) They are one of the “most efficient and economical disciplines of magic,” according to Frater U.D. in his book Practical Sigil Magic.... Continue Reading →