the snow queen’s jewelled sledge /sparkles/ in the faraway dark snow.
Interview With Lisa Marie Basile: on magic, writing and spellcraft
Lisa Marie Basile is a poet, essayist and editor living in New York City. She’s the founding editor-in- chief of Luna … More
Book Review: Light Magic for Dark Times
Lisa Marie Basile’s latest book on DIY witchcraft and magical living, is brave, bold and beautiful. And for everyone.
Book Review: Raindrops Chasing Raindrops by Paresh Tiwari
Paresh Tiwari’s latest collection of haibun and hybrid poems is evocative, exquisite and melancholic.
Witchy: 5 Fun Creative Ways To Use The Tarot That Are Not Divination
Most people tend to associate Tarot cards with fortune telling, and while using them to divine the future is totally … More
Poetry: Red Riding Hood Writes Back
sometimes the wolf strips her naked/ burns her red dress/ and eats her/ even as the moon watches without heartbreak
Personal Essay: Tim Burton and the Cult of the White Freaks
Do I stop watching Tim Burton films after that racist comment? No.
Short Story: Mythology of Childhood
I. The Barbie dolls are asleep. We switch off the lights in the playroom, shut the antique doors and hurry … More
Interview with Kadak Collective: On Comics, Politics and Feminism
Kadak is a team of eight incredibly talented South Asian women who engage with graphic storytelling as a means to … More
Interview with Inedible India: On Comic Satire, Politics And More
Inedible India is a web-only satirical comic strip, created by the politically-astute and jocular Rajesh Rajamani. Inspired by the web … More