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Queer Magic by Lee  Harrington
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it was amazing

In this latest anthology, Lee Harrington and Tai Fenix Kulystin have curated a beautiful collection of voices, each with a unique viewpoint and lesson to share with the world. The book includes pieces by over 40 different artists with a variety of backgrounds and philosophies. The project was created to give a space for alternative voices of the pagan community to educate and communicate their experiences and practices. These voices have been presented unfiltered and raw, which not only creates a stunningly real portrait of these artists, but also allows for their unique individual truth to be woven into the larger pagan tapestry.
This work exists as a glowing example of the beauty that can exist when the light of pride has been cast through the art of the weird, different, and magical. The anthology is well organized, beautifully presented, and unapologetically raw and real. The reader can feel the emotions of the authors and artists as they experience their words and creations. The editors chose a wide swath of creative voices for this book, as shown in the biographies of the contributors. These are the voices of the queer community; educated, experienced, and living lives that don’t fit neatly into the boxes of binary-straight pagan myth and practice.
This is a powerful read, it is the words and art of the past, present and future of the pagan community. A future of an intersectional and expanded pagan community that not only worships along the lines of dichotomy but opens itself to the full spectrum of human and divine.

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March 11, 2018 – Shelved

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