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Poetic Remedies for Troubled Times: from Ask Baba Yaga

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Baba Yaga offers more off-kilter remedies for the modern dilemmas of an unstable age using her uncanny style, poetic simplicity, and surprising candor.

In this follow-up to Ask Baba Yaga: Otherworldly Advice for Everyday Troubles, award-winning writer Taisia Kitaiskaia once again embodies the legendary witch of Slavic folklore, Baba Yaga, to provide life advice to the quest
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Published October 6th 2020
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Maxine
Oct 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I really enjoyed listening to the audiobook version of this. The narrator's voice for Baba Yaga made the responses even more powerful, raw, and embodied for me.
Rachael
Ask Baba Yaga has wild answerings for wild hearts. Questions about love, life, even the current social climate that has so many of us weeping and screaming over that fact that we must continue to fight for others just to see our humanity... and Baba Yaga comes in, not with pretty placating words, but with dirt and teeth and claws- she reminds us that our wild raging ferocious hearts are not to be feared by us, it is to be feared and awed by those who would stand in our way and do us harm.
Carey
Oct 11, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Baba Yaga is the weirdly empathetic feminist/humanist icon I didn't know I needed.

Free audio ARC from libro.fm in exchange for an honest review.
Genevieve O'Ryan
Answers that smell of roots and mushrooms and sky and pond and the dirt under your toenails. A soothing hurricane? Baba Yaga speaks to my insides and probably yours too.
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