Welcome to the March 2021 issue of ev0ke: witchcraft*paganism*lifestyle. We have lots of goodies for you this month, in both our public and members only sections.
First, an Essay from Laurelei Black on a “Coven Familiar.” Then, in Fiction, the next installment in Rebecca Buchanan’s serialized “The Necromancer’s Guide to Not Dying While Saving the World (And Falling in Love),” as well as the first in Sheldon Slinkard’s fantasy “Shadows of Cal.” In Interviews, we sit down with paranormal romance authors Alys West (of The Spellworker Chronicles) and Sheena Cundy (of the Witch Lit series). In Lifestyle, Ashley Nicole Hunter explores the concept of “Your Compost Bin as a Sacred Offering Pit.” Finally, our Reviews dig into From the Ashes by Lisa Edmonds; Our Bogeys, Our Shelves by Clint Marsh and Jeff Hoke; and the first volume of Rat Queens.
Then it’s on to the Members Only section. In Essays, Ashley Nicole Hunter discusses “The Cultivation and Properties of the Dandelion Plant” and “Erecting Shrines in Urban Areas,” while Laurelei Black takes on “Models of Magick.” And in Fiction, Rebecca Buchanan offers the first in a two part urban fantasy/alternate history/mystery, “The Lost Alchemage.”
Enjoy! And, as always, don’t hesitate to reach out to us in the comments or via email or FaceBook.
— The ev0ke Folx