Oct 13, 2017

Episode 27 - Black Cat Magick!

Happy Friday the 13th, witches and seekers! In honour of today's very special spooky energy, this episode is all about the greatest good luck and bad luck symbol of all time - the black cat!
I talk a little about why black cats are considered bad luck, and also how to attract and work with your own feline familiar!

Check out Feisty Feline Familiars on the blog and share pictures of your own magicakl cat (black or not!) with me on Facebook, insta, and twitter today. I'll be sharing every pic and post I find!

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Aug 31, 2017

Episode 26 - Interview with Sarah Potter, The Good Witch of the Art World

Hello and thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast! 

In this episode of the podcast I sit down with Sarah Potter, also known as "The Good Witch of the Art World" and the curator of SEASON OF THE WITCH, an art show happening RIGHT NOW at the Seligmann Centre in Sugarloaf, New York. We talk about season of the witch, creating and curating art with intention, and being the good witch of the art world.

Be sure to check out http://sarahpotterprojects.com for more information about Sarah and her business, and find her on instagram and twitter at @iamsarahpotter. 

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Aug 17, 2017

Episode 25 - Glamour Magic with Deborah Castellano

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Thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast!

This week I'm joined by Deborah Castellano, author of GLAMOUR MAGIC: THE WITCHCRAFT REVOLUTION TO GET WHAT YOU WANT, and we're talking glamour, revolution, and world domination!

You can get your copy of Glamour Magic on Amazon or from Llewellyn, and check out Deb's website and blog Charmed Finishing School for more of her writing, online classes, and a shop!

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Jul 31, 2017

Episode 24 - Get Back to Your Roots with the #30DaysMagicalRoots Challenge!

Thank you for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast, the show where I do a little ranting, raving, and wand-waving... and interviewing! 

Today I've got Nicole and Michelle on the show, the creators of the #30DaysMagicalRootsChallenge hosted by Plentiful Earth. We talk about the challenge, why it's important to develop a daily practice, and how encouraging the online witch community is!

Since these two witches found each other through the #WiccanChat weekly discussions on twitter, you should check them both out there! Find Nicole at @witchingmoon13, Michelle at @NorthwestWitch and of course @Plentiful_Earth!

Head to http://plentifulearth.com/the-30-days-magical-roots-challenge/ to see the daily challenges, and get a PDF check list you can take with you!

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Jul 22, 2017

Episode 23 - NEW Interview with Andi Grace!

Thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast!

Andi Grace from Witch Cabinet is back on the show this week to talk about Hawthorn Heart, her popular online course in magical boundaries. We also talk about being an online entrepreneur, dealing with drastic life changes, asserting difficult boundaries and puppies!

There's still time for you to sign up for Hawthorn Heart! Go to http://witchcabinet.com or http://facebook.com/witchcabinet to sign up in tiem for the New Moon!

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Jun 7, 2017

Episode 22 - #WitchNBitch: How White Witches Talk About Black Magick

Thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast! Today I'm talking about how out-dated and racially insensitive some of the common language of witchcraft and paganism can be - especially when witches who are white talk about the magickal traditions of witches who are black.

This is a special new kind of episode on the show called a #WitchNBitch episode - that means I scoured the internet (not really) for the wonderful opinions of smart witches who might be better equipped to talk about how some racist terms and language makes them feel.

This is a topic I broached a whopping 3 TIMES on the blog, and you can check them out here:

#WitchNBitch Topic: Plantation Magic

Book Review of Shadows: The Witch's Guide to Wands by Gypsey Elaine Teague

#WitchNBitch Responses: Plantation Magic

 

I also talk about my new membership program which you can learn about at Patreon.com/thefatfeministwitch

 

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May 4, 2017

Episode 21 - Interview with Andi Grace

Thanks for tuning in to another episode of The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast! Today I'm interviewing Andi Grace, regular contributor at Little Red Tarot and curator of We Believe You: Femmes Surviving Toxic Masculinity, a multi-media zine featuring stories, essays and works of art from femmes and women living in a patriarchal society. We also talk a little about magical boundaries, and being willing to take care of yourself and your own healing.

Find out more about Andi and get your own copy of We Believe You at her website witchcabinet.com.

 

If you like The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast, want to support it, and want to connect with other like-minded witches, consider joining my new group - the Witch n' Bitch - where I'll be doing regular live video broadcasts, rituals, and discussions, running a regular book club, incense subscription, and a scetchy herbs and magic rocks program for those looking to learn more about natural magick.

Visit my Patreon page for more details and to sign up! Sign up by May 16th for your june membership.

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Feb 21, 2017

Episode 20 - Interview with Lilith Dorsey

Thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Pdcast, the show that examines witchcraft and spirituality from a modern, activist lens. Today I'm talking with Lilith Dorsey, voodoo priestess and magickal consultant, about her new book Love Magic, which was published by Weiser Books last year.

Lilith and I discuss common issues with love magic as well as some of the great things about it, a few of the requests she's had for love magic from clients, the music of love and magick, and how white practitioners and witches can approach african diaspora spiritualities with a little more reverence and respect.

This book received a 5 crystal ball rating out of 5 for it's fun and totally non-judgemental tone, and the sheer volume of useful information. Even I, a celeibate person, found tons of spells and recipes and potions that could help me out.

You can read the Book Review of Shadows HERE on the blog at thefatfeministwitch.com

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Jan 31, 2017

Episode 19 - Interview with Natalie Zaman

Thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Podcast, today I'm doing my ranting, raving, and wand-waving with Natalie Zaman, author of Magical Destinations of the Northeast: Sacred Sites, Occult Oddities, and Magical Monuments! We talk about her book and how she chose some of the sites, her first experiences with magical destinations in her home state of New Jersey, being a responsible magical traveler, graveyard souvenirs, magical colouring books and not one, but TWO old episodes of the Simpsons.

Even though I know you're a superfan and you already listened to my review of the book right here on the show (ahem), you should still head to the blog and read the Book Review of Shadows, so you can see why it earned it's 5 Crystal Ball rating.

Check out some of the other books and artists mentioned in the show:

Stories in Stone: The Complete Guide to Cemetery Symbolism by Douglas Keister

Gravestone Artwear - for more info on grave rubbing

 

The Simpsons episodes Mr Lisa Goes to Washington from Season 3 (1991) and El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer from Season 8 (1997). They're both excellent.

Of course you should visit the author themself, Natalie Zaman, at nataliezaman.com, on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Goodreads.

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Jan 19, 2017

Episode 18 - Book Review of Shadows: Magical Destinations of the Northeast

                                         

Thanks for tuning in to the first stand-alone Book Review of Shadows episode of 2017. I announced the new format in my previous episode, so if you're confused about this.... the truth IS out there.

Today I'm reviewing Magical Destinations of the Northeast: Sacred Sites, Occult Oddities, and Magical Monuments by The Wandering Witch, Natalie Zaman.

This book is the perfect combination of Travel Guide and Grimoire, and for this reason it recieved 5 crystal balls out of 5! To find out why you can read my full review on my blog here or just listen to the episode, jeeze.

The next full-length episode of The Fat Feminist Witch will be released around imbolc, so until then be sure to find me on social media or check the blog for new episodes!

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Dec 31, 2016

Episode 17: Goodbye, 2016! Hello, Understanding!

Thank you for tuning in to this special New Year's Eve episode of The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast, the show where I do a little ranting, raving and wand-waving.

Today I'm waving my wand in a disapproving tone at ableism in the metaphysical community, and 2016 in general. I talk about "chronic positivity" and it's negative impact on mental illness, and how the stigma of actually feeling anything less than positive is keeping sick people sicker. I also correct some of the mistakes I've made this year, and pledge to move into 2017 with more understanding.

I also review the Coloring Book of Shadows, a magically minded coloring book y'all can use to practice mindfulness in 2017 and you can read the full review on the blog: here.

The apps for meditation and mindfulness are all iPhone apps, sorry android users!, but you can find them here:

Pacifica, which has a nice beach scene on the main screen, syncs with Apple Health, features free meditations and ones you can buy, and offers journaling, goal setting, and habit forming promps. Really pretty, and I love the "soundscapes".

Zen has guided meditations, lots of cool sounds and asmr and stuff like that, it records your mood and also syncs with apple health. This one has a little less meditations for free, but it also have nice inspirational quotes and stuff.

Wildflowers was my favourite during the one week trial of a premium version, as it has the BEST guided meditations. It also logs your heart rate and logs your mood. I loved the meditations, but the free version has way less and it neither sync with apple health.

I don't talk about any of the celebrities who've died this year, because that sucks and I don't like it but RIP all you beautiful angels.

it's all uphill from here, folks! 2017 awaits!

 

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Nov 1, 2016

Episode 16 - A Very Fat Feminist Halloween Special!

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Tonight is Halloween, AKA the greatest day ever!

In this very special and spooky episode of the podcast I'm talking about some of the super fun myths and legends associated with the Halloweeniest version of the witch! I cover why brooms fly, green skin, twitching noses and in Sketchy Herbs and Magic Rocks I talk about magical uses for REAL Eye of Newt and the walls of the Emerald City!

 

I also read my favourite spooky story - The Green Ribbon!

This episode is full of some good old fashioned halloween fun.

If you can, please consider contributing to the podcast through my new crowdfunding site over at Patreon. 

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As always the opening and closing track is Back To The 90s (Douglas Mulvey AKA D-REX) / CC BY 4.0

Jul 15, 2016

Episode 15 - Interview with Lasara Firefox Allen Part 2

Part 2 of my interview with Jailbreaking the Goddess: A Radical Revisioning of Feminist Spirituality author Lasara Firefox Allen.
In this part of the interview we talk a little bit more about some of the faces of the goddess in her new model, and how people have reacted to them, a little bit about how to apply the five-fold goddess model to upcoming Lughnasadh celebrations, and the hexing of the Stanford Rapist.

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Jul 8, 2016

Episode 14 - Interview with Lasara Firefox Allen Part 1

Thank you for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast! This week I had the opportunity to interview author Lasar Firefox Allen about Jailbreaking the Goddess: A Radical Revisioning of Feminist Spirituality which launches today, July 8th!

In part 1 we discuss how Lasara is feeling about the launch and how to deal with haters as a feminist personality, trans exclusionary pagans and pagan spaces and gender identity*, cultural appropriation and ethical practices for pagan events and ritual.

Be sure to also check out my review of Jailbreaking the Goddess over on my blog, and pick up a copy from Llewellyn, Amazon, and at your local metaphysical shops!

Part 2 will be out next week, Friday July 15th and I fully expect you to have read the book in the mean time. If you like the podcast and want to see it improve, please consider donating to my crowdfunding campaign through Patreon

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*the individual "who had so many names" mentioned is David Reimer, who tragically took his own life in 2004. You can learn more about David's story here.

Jun 21, 2016

Episode 13 - Hexing Rapists, Movie Magic, Sketchy Solstice!

Thank you for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast! Today I'm talking about the recent mass hexing of Brock Turner and I have a message for all of the jerks who decided to publicly shame the sexual assault survivors who felt empowered by hexing a rapist.

I also introduce a new segment called SILVER SCREEN SPELLCRAFT in which I review the magic and spells in witchy movies and tv and how to do those spells in real life. I start with iconic teen witch cult classic THE CRAFT, which came out 20 years ago now (barf).

Your SKETCHY HERB & MAGIC ROCK this episode are for the summer solstice!

Do you actually live under a rock and missed the mass hex of Brock Turner? Check out this article from The Wild Hunt that originally tipped me off, as well as This Daily Dot Article and This Flare Magazine Article that came out afterwards - both of which feature me in the defining moment of my whole life haha.

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May 19, 2016

Episode 12 - Not Every Goddess Has a Sacred Womb

Hello again, and thanks for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch podcast.
Today I'm talking about motherhood and it's position as some sort of archaic status symbol for women within paganism and I fully attack the Triple Goddess paradigm and talk about how it's doing just as much harm as it is good.

I talk about my latest review of The Spiritual Feminist, but due to it's low rating I don't really re-review it. You can read my review on the blog right here.

I also have a new SKETCHY HERB AND MAGIC ROCK for you guys to check out and today's it's Calendula, or Marigold and Chrysocolla!

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As always the opening and closing track is Back To The 90s (Douglas Mulvey AKA D-REX) / CC BY 4.0

Apr 29, 2016

Episode 11 - The Business of Being Pagan

Hello again everybody, and thank you for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast. I know it's been a little while since the last episode, but once you hear my new intro music, wacky sound effects and a solid 10 minutes of me begging for money you'll understand why.

After I finish telling you how badly I want you to consider becoming a contributor to the podcast either through my Podbean Crowdfunding page, by shopping at any of my affiliates, or by buying my cool stuff from my Etsy Store- we talk about prosperity and pagan business.

The episode focuses on things I've learned about the metaphysical store business, what to do and avoid if you open your own, and types of stores to absolutely avoid giving your hard-earned money to. While doing this I review Drawing the Three of Coins by Terri Paajanen (for full review, see the blog) which I gave 🔮🔮🔮🔮/5!

I also introduce a new segment to the show called SKETCHY HERBS AND MAGIC ROCKS for all of you herb and crystal enthusiasts out there.

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Mar 16, 2016

(NOT AVAILABLE) Bad Ass Old Witches and Magickal Fashionistas

Hello again and thank you for tuning in to The Fat Feminist Witch Podcast, the show where I do a little ranting, raving, and wand-waving. I am your host, Paige, The Fat Feminist Witch and this is the second time I recorded this episode today because the first time my thumb slipped and deleted the first recording.
I know.
ANYWAYS today I'm talking about my recent challenge to live my life according to the daily advice Laurie Cabot posts to her twitter account, and how it affected me and my magic. I talk about the value in working magic into your daily dress and recommend not one, but 3 books by Ellen Dugan. Even I'm rolling my eyes. You can of course find the full play by play with annoyingly adorable photographs of me on my wordpress blog at http://thefatfeministwitch.wordpress.com

In the newest Book Review of Sahdows segment I review the second book in Ellen Dugan's Legacy of Magick series - Secret of The Rose (hint: I loved it). You get to hear how high-pitched my voice gets when I talk about sexy stuff and how much I love really badass old lady witches. (hint: it's a lot.)

So sit back and relax and then please feel free to bother me all over the internet. I'm on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and I have an email address if you live in 2004.

Mar 4, 2016

Episode 9 - B.R.O.S and Cons with Special Guest Jose C.

The podcast where we do a little ranting, raving, and wand-waving! We’ll be examining witchcraft and paganism from a modern, fat, feminist perspective; with a cauldron full of sass.

Today I’ve got a new Book Review of Shadows in which I review Pagan Planet: Being, Believing and Belonging in the 21st Century,published by Moon Books.

I also talk about my wonderful experience at ConVocation2016 in Michigan, the big pagan convention of the Midwest. I met Ellen Dugan, y’all!

My special co-host tonight is my good friend Jose… Cuervo. And  I used the new Podbean app, which I like but doesn’t let me edit! Sooo…. This should be fun.

 

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Feb 4, 2016

Episode 8 - Readin’ and Weedin’

After the very long and well researched previous episode of the podcast, I decided to take it a little easy and talk about some current events here in Windsor.
First I review a new book  - Legacy of Magick by Ellen Dugan. Ms. Dugan is an incredibly popular pagan non-fiction author and it shines through in her fun, romantic and witchy fiction series.
Today Windsor's Higher Limits vapour lounge was featured in an article for high times, which was then featured in an article in the Windsor Star about that article. How cool is that? It's another episode about Cannabis today, so sit back and enjoy.

The music you can, far too faintly, hear in the background is from the album Live at Monty Hall with Jeff Sarge of Reggae Schoolroom 

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