The Mental Health Cookbook

This 50 page illustrated zine explores how to create a healing connection to the natural world through an engagement with plants, nutrients and microorganisms. It’s not a traditional cookbook but a how-to guide covering: nutritional basics, sprouting, fermenting, gardening, foraging, medicinal herbs, flower essences and more! Read a review.




Everyday Magic #2: Between

“It could be infinitely worse. And it could be infinitely better. Between these possibilities we live and between these possibilities we practice.” The apocalypse. Practicing magic on stolen ground. Ritual as emergence. Resiliency and active hope. The relationship between queers and magic.

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From the introduction: “i want to believe in a woo that is centered in justice. i want to practice a spirituality where personal transformation is tied to collective healing. i want to talk to stones and listen to trees and march downtown and dance on the port and call it all magic. .” Read a review here.

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Four stories of healing. From dirt: “there was something that changed in me those four months on the farm. my arms grew stronger as my mind grew quieter. i was terrified of the dark  but in the morning i woke, like the roosters, with the sun. i felt in my body a slow unwinding, a measured trusting. there was a new security in bones, a soft relief in gravity.”

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