Hey friends,

I’m reaching out with an episode that I hope will bring some comfort in these heavy times. Speaking to Risa & Amy of Missing Witches was truly such a joy and a great reminder of how powerful witchcraft is. I hope you’ll enjoy listening as much as I loved asking questions. Here is some of what we talked about:

  • How and why the Missing Witches project came to be
  • What it means to live in feminist magic
  • Witchcraft as a sense of personal power
  • How nothing is mundane and everything is sacred

Risa Dickens has an undergraduate honours baccalaureate in English Literature and a masters in Communications Studies. She helped found Worn Fashion Journal writing feminist fashion history. Since then she has worked in community building, marketing and PR in tech for over 15 years. Amy Torok is an ESL teacher, counter-culture enthusiast, professional musician and visual artist/designer with a B.A. in English Literature and a post-graduate diploma in Journalism. Risa and Amy were on a similar track, community and event organizing in Montreal, when they met backstage at a ukulele showcase. Together they’ve worked their magic to create music, a coven, a podcast, and now a book. Both Risa and Amy live tucked into the woods of Quebec.


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