An interview with the creator of the Shrine of the Black Medusa tarot. A visually rich and gripping deck created by Casey Rocheteau.Read More
Get excited! Four upcoming diverse tarot decks to wait impatiently for.Read More
The Numinous Tarot Kickstarter is LIVE and you should absolutely support this amazing QTPOC representing deck!Read More
I've intermittently kept tabs on the project- occasionally browsing through their website for deck updates and card image previews. Cut to November and the first few Kickstarter donor decks were shipped out and folks who'd been waiting for months got to finally hold the physical deck in their hands. I lingered around these posts, still unsure if this was a deck I could find myself in. So far, I'm glad I went for it and gifted myself the deck.Read More
A #TarotoftheQTPOC review of the Gaian Tarot.Read More
We've always been there.
If there's anything else I'd like to add to the conversation- that I haven't mentioned or worked through in my Tarot of the QTPOC series- it is that we have always been there.Read More
Some tarot decks you can look away from. Your eye glazes over the art and you look for what you want to find; you seek out what you're used to finding in a particular card, careless of what's there that doesn't fit. Enter The Mary-El Tarot: Landscapes of the Abyss, and I dare you to look away.Read More
A review of the Welcome to Night Vale tarot based on the popular podcast.Read More
It has taken me far too long to get to this deck. Some of it is that I felt that everyone was aware of it, some of it is that horrible procrastination bug, and a good chunk of it was being sick and not having the energy to assemble the post like I usually do.
All that and a paralyzing hope (which I say more about below).
So without further ado, The Slow Holler Tarot.Read More