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Carl Llewellyn Weschcke, by Melanie Marquis (Autobiographical & Biographical Books Category)
Kitchen Table Tarot, by Melissa Cynova (Divination Books Category)
Queer Magic, by Tomás Prower (Contemporary Spirituality Category)
Sigil Witchery, by Laura Tempest Zakroff (Shamanism & Wicca Books Category)
Modern Spellcaster's Tarot, by Melanie Marquis & Scott Murphy (Tarot Products Category)
Tarot in Wonderland, by Barbara Moore & Eugene Smith (Tarot Products Category)
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Today we sadly mark the passing of author Edain McCoy, who authored over twenty Llewellyn books (including Sabbats and A Witch's Guide to Faery Folk), and contributed to several of Llewellyn's calendars, almanacs, and datebooks.
Her knowledge will live on in her books and through the countless people she enlightened with her work.
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Today we sadly mark the passing of author Raven Grimassi, who authored several bestselling books, including The Encyclopedia of Wicca & Witchcraft. Raven's wife Stephanie Taylor posted on Facebook that Raven passed away on March 10, 2019 due to complications from pancreatic cancer. Raven published his first of over 15 books and decks with Llewellyn, Ways of the Strega (later republished as Italian Witchcraft), in 1995, and also contributed to several of Llewellyn's annual calendars, datebooks, and almanacs.
Sandra Weschcke remembers that, "Carl respected Raven and his work, and valued his relationship with Raven over the many years. I personally enjoyed meeting Raven at various
It is with deep sorrow that we share the news of the passing of DJ Conway. DJ crossed over last week after a brief illness.
DJ authored more than 35 books and helped create several tarot decks—the majority with Llewellyn. She wrote on Paganism, Wicca, Druidry, Shamanism, and even some fiction. Most of her earliest books remain in print to this day (including her first book, Celtic Magic). Carl Llewellyn Weschcke was proud to have published her books and spoke of her fondly because she was an important voice in the community. Like Carl, DJ spent her time reading, researching, and writing. She is respected for her knowledge and as a teacher.
DJ's work was also innovative and