EP 175: WF Mandana Boushee – Knees To The Earth, Every Petal Is An Ancestor

In this episode, Amy sits down with your new Boo, Iranian-American community herbalist, storyteller, land tender, and joyous member of the mycelial network of liberatory-movement stewards and lovers, the co-founder of Wild Gather, School of Herbal Studies, Mandana Boushee. We talk about plants, pollen sex juice, ceremonies, Tick Magic, smoke breaks, woman-led revolution, ‘Women Life…

EP173 WF Sarah Lyons – Witchcraft Resists Nihilism And Alienation

“MAGIC IS REAL” – Sarah Lyons In this episode Amy sits down with the author of the books “Revolutionary Witchcraft, a Guide to Magical Activism” and the upcoming “How To Study Magic”, Sarah Lyons. Sarah says her entry point into magic was “looking for a friend.” We discuss Occultism, Witchcraft, Magic and examine the differences…

WF Anna Maxymiw: Minique, A Novel “Everyone Is A Little Bit Dangerous.”

In this Witch interview with novelist Anna Maxymiw, we discuss researching real witches, digging into your own shadow desires, following the barest traces of powerful women and other people who exceed the archives – especially in New France – and then writing fiction by listening to the voices that peal like a bell, that dig…

EP 167 WF Carol Gigliotti – The Creative Lives Of Animals

In this episode, Risa and Carol Gigliotti talk about animal creativity and animal cultures, listening to trees, feminism, and the source of all Earth inspiration. “Carol Gigliotti is an author, artist, animal activist, and scholar whose work focuses on the reality of animals’ lives as important contributors to the biodiversity of this planet. She is…

EP 161 WF – Vin Caponigro AKA Snake Hair Press: Telling Your Own Story

It’s Gorgon season! Vin Caponigro, founder of Snake Hair press sits down with us to talk about W.I.T.C.H., the printing press’s role in witch hunts and in liberation; manifestos, occult studies, revolution, the overlapping space of ritual and performance, and their own personal intersection of history, art and politics. Vin says there is ritual in…