Interviews with authors, special excerpts, and recommendations of some of our favorites.
The opening chapter from Lorraine Monteagut’s forthcoming book, Brujas: The Magic and Power of Witches of Color.
A conversation with Lorraine Monteagut, Ph.D., on brujería, social justice, and her new book, Brujas: The Magic and Power of Witches of Color.
What might nonhuman animals have to teach you, symbolically? What can you learn from them, and how? Curandera Erika Buenaflor shares her instruction in this excerpt from Animal Medicine.
“What is the name for a grief that creeps in after losing something, mixed with the back-dated guilt and shame of not really noticing? What is the nickname for a person who no longer embodies their name? What happens to a person who has become unrecognizable to some? What do we call a tree that’s been severed from its roots? A person who has been robbed of their identity?”
Author Emilly Prado shares insights about her writing process and her new book of autobiographical essays.
Curandera Erika Buenaflor shares rituals for empowerment from her book Sacred Energies of the Sun and Moon.
Author Enrique Salmón teaches us the meaning of iwígara and tells how his book came to be.
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