At ArtForum, Chloe Wyma writes about artist Leonora Carrington’s Tarot. “Carrington made The High Priestess, one of only two cards to have been dated, in 1955, around the same time she and her friend Remedios Varo were haunting the metaphysical clubs established by the disciples of Russian mystics […]
At Okayplayer, Clarkisha Kent interviews Rachel True. “Amid the anniversary of The Craft, True spoke with Okayplayer about how the film attempted to tackle issues that are still prevalent today (however clunky), how her spiritual journey led her to pen and publish a hybrid memoir and tarot set, and her […]
At Punk Noir, friend of the Gutter Kate Laity writes about the Tarot in art and William Lindsay Gresham. “While musing on Nightmare Alley (something I do more than most people I suspect) I often wonder how deeply William Lindsay Gresham studied the tarot and whether it was for more […]
Vilissa Thompson interviews actor and author Rachel True at Bitch Media. “As a kid growing up in the ‘90s, one of my favorite movies was the cult classic The Craft. At the time, I was always looking for Black characters in TV shows and movies, and The Craft […]
Our friends at Bitches on Comics interview Rachel Pollack. “This week we talk to Rachel Pollack, comic writer, author of many novels, tarot deck creator, and just the freaking coolest. We discuss the overlap of tarot and comics, how Pollack created authentic trans and queer characters in comics, […]
Siouxsie Sioux is rightfully the High Priestess and Klaus Nomi drives the Chariot in the New Wave Tarot Deck by Amanda Lee Stilwell of Last Craft Designs.