What I’m Listening To: Dal Basi

Dal Basi, owner, and operator of Sacramento’s awesome Phono Select Records has been a long-time support of and believer in TUBE. It was great to chat with him about music and his five current favorite records for my latest TUBE. Magazine article.

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Retelling the Present

I started researching Tarot for a small scene in a book that has been currently exiled to the drawer. Like many research projects it got (wonderfully) out of hand. I ended up with two decks, an online class, and a great book by Jessa Crispin. You can read my review of her book The Creative Tarot in my new Magus Bog post.

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A Concept of Glass

I’ve been a fan of Agnes Obel’s new album Citizen of Glass since I first wrote about it for TUBE., last year. So when I was offered the option of interviewing her, I was excited as hell. Let me tell you, she did not disappoint. Read all about it in my new TUBE. Magazine article.

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What I’m Listening To: Space Walker

It was a real rad trip talking to interstellar musician SpaceWalker and listening to her out of this world, eclectic WILT  playlist. Read all about her in my new TUBE. Magazine article.

SpaceWalker courtesy of the artist.

SpaceWalker courtesy of the artist.

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Kid in a Candy Store

Working in a bookstore, especially one specializing in magic, religion, and the occult is a temptation for any writer. As someone working on an urban fantasy novel, it’s doubly so. See how I (attempt) to resist temptation in my new Magus Books Blog post.

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Read The Mists!

The Mists, my flash fiction story from my W1S1 challenge is now available to read on Fantasia Divinity! Check it and the rest of the January issue out here.

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The Sirens’ Sizzling Finale.

I love burlesque. It’s a fantastic combination of sexy fun, great costumes, and raunchy humor. The Sizzling Sirens Burlesque Experience hit all those elements expertly in their few shows I was able to catch during my time in Sacramento and I loved seeing them. So it was a bit bittersweet to talk to their founder, Jay Siren about the end of their time as a producing troupe. Read all about it in my new TUBE. Magazine article.

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