2020 Book Reviews

Magical Books

A Cart Full of Magic (Ileana Abrev)

Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs (Scott Cunningham)

Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Wicca in the Kitchen (Scott Cunningham)

The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews (Scott Cunningham)

Healing Herbal Infusions (Colleen Codekas)

Herb Magic for Beginners (Ellen Dugan)

Hexing the Patriarchy (Ariel Gore)

Llewellyn’s Complete Book of Correspondences (Sandra Kynes)

Magic for the Resistance (Michael M. Hughes)

Master Recipes from the Herbal Apothecary (JJ Pursell)

Poppet Magick (Silver Ravenwolf)

Revolutionary Witchcraft (Sarah Lyons)

Romancing the Stove (Margie Lapanja)

The Seasonal Soul (Lauren Aletta)

Supermarket Magic (Michael Furie)

Supermarket Sabbats (Michael Furie)

Waking the Witch (Pam Grossman)

Witchcraft Activism (David Salisbury)

Witch in the Kitchen (Cait Johnson)

The Witch’s Book of Shadows (Jason Mankey)

Tarot Books

Kitchen Table Tarot (Melissa Cynova)

Tarot and Oracle Decks

Dark Wood Tarot (Sasha Graham and Abigail Larson)

Dreams of Gaia Tarot (Ravynne Phelan)

Everyday Witch Oracle (Deborah Blake and Elisabeth Alba)

Everyday Witch Tarot Mini (Deborah Blake and Elisabeth Alba)

Modern Witch Tarot Deck (Lisa Sterle)

Moonology Oracle Cards (Yasmin Boland)

Pagan Tarot, new edition (Gina M. Place)

ViceVersa Tarot (Massimiliano Filadoro, Lunaea Weatherstone and Davide Corsi)

Books on Social Issues

Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor (Layla F. Saad)

White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism (Robin Diangelo)


The Book of Shadows (Cassandra Eason)

Book of Shadows & Light (Lucy Cavendish)

The Dreamer’s Story Tarot Journal (Ravynne Phelan)

Jasmine Beckett-Griffith Writing and Creativity Journal (Jasmine Beckett-Griffith)

The Mindful Witch (Jenn Stevens)

Witchy Bookish Quotes

Show me your witches, and I’ll show you your feelings about women.

Pam Grossman

It seems to me that the orthodox religions always know more about the devil than I do and can describe him in more detail, and if I hadn’t a nice type of mind I’d begin to wonder what company they keep when he moon rides high in the sky and good witches are doing simple little incantations and asking for spiritual guidance.

Sybil Leek

Love’s a spell created by mortals to give their females something to play with instead of power.

Emma Thompson’s character in the film adaptation of Kami Garcia’s Beautiful Creatures