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Nov. 2, 2022

The Witch Next Door- A Thoroughly Modern Sorceress


In this episode: Do you believe in witches? Do they only come out at Halloween? Is magic real? What does it mean to call yourself a Witch? We are going to answer these questions and more when we have a conversation with a real live Witch. “When you start looking for witches, you find them everywhere. As seekers and practitioners reclaim and restore magic to its rightful place among powerful forces for social, personal, and political transformation, more people than ever are claiming the identity of "Witch." But our knowledge of witchcraft and magic has been marred by erasure, sensationalism, and sterilization, the true stories of history's witches left untold. An inside look at the vital stories of women who have practiced--and lived--magic.” Missing Witches 2022.

My guest in the episode is Amy Torok who along with her partner Risa Dickens are the co-authors of New Moon Magic: 13 Anti-Capitalist Tools for Resistance and Re-enchantment, AND Missing Witches: Reclaiming True Histories of Feminist Magic. BUST magazine wrote “Dickens and Torok teach us what it means to create art, engage in activism, and exist at the intersection of witchcraft and feminism.” Risa and Amy are also the co-creators of the Missing Witches Podcast, where episodes vary from storytelling about historic, magical women and queer practitioners, to conversations about re-enchanting the world, death, animal kinship, neurodiversity, and beyond. Welcome to the show….

More info and how to connect with Amy and Risa: https://www.missingwitches.com/



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Risa Dickens + Amy Torok

Co-Author / Co-Creator

Risa Dickens and Amy Torok are the co-authors of New Moon Magic: 13 Anti-Capitalist Tools for Resistance and Re-enchantment September 2023, and Missing Witches: Reclaiming True Histories of Feminist Magic, March 2021. BUST magazine wrote “Dickens and Torok teach us what it means to create art, engage in activism, and exist at the intersection of witchcraft and feminism.” Risa and Amy are also the co-creators of the Missing Witches Podcast, where episodes vary from storytelling about historic, magical women and queer practitioners, to conversations about re-enchanting the world, death, animal kinship, neurodiversity, and beyond.