EP 116 WF Brooklynn: Sonic Witchcraft, Neurodiversity and Being in Stillness

In this episode Amy, Risa, and guest host Sherry Shone aka That Hoodoo Lady get to commune with Brooklynn: brilliant musician behind the viral Witch tracks “My Shadow and I” and “Solstice.” She is the powerful Witch crafter behind Bébé Vaudou, and a totally open and vulnerable neurodivergent podcaster and author, and just generally a…

EP 112 WF Bex Mui: Queering The Church With Spiritual Playspace

Bex Mui, M. Ed (she/her) is a biracial, first gen, femme, queer, lesbian equity consultant committed to the work of LGBTQ+ affirmation at the intersections of education, spirituality, and sexual and mental wellness. A queer witch, energy worker, and spiritual organizer, Bex founded House Of Our Queer, a QTBIPOC-Centered spiritual playspace where Bex shares affirmations…

EP 105 MW Hildegarde of Bingen – Dare to Declare Who YOU Are

This episode was hard to write. Hildegarde’s work seems to go on and on and I want to go deeper and deeper into the visions she shared, and swim with her in all directions – into the cosmos and into the earth. But I also keep pulling back and asking why a witch history spends…

EP 102 WF Zoe Flowers – You SHOULD Be Afraid Of Women Like Us

The title of this episode comes from Zoe Flowers’ poem “In the blood” which she reads for us, along with her epic praise poem: “In Praise of the Wytch.” She also talks with such openness and generosity about her history with magic and the different spiritual paths that led her to Hoodoo, advice for coming…

EP 70 WF Kenya Coviak: Conjuring Detroit

In this episode Risa talks to Detroit Witch and organizer Kenya Coviak. As helicopters fly overhead and the pandemic rages outside her doors, Kenya takes us on a magical memory tour of Detroit in all its diverse powers. Founder of the Detroit Conjure and Folk Magic Festival (as well as organizer of many other Witch…