Synopses & Reviews
A political guide for activists and witches alike, Revolutionary Witchcraft is an empowered introduction to the history and contemporary practice of feminist magic.
From the politically charged origins of the word "witch" to the present-day magical resistance, this bold handbook explores the role of witchcraft in our modern world.
Revolutionary Witchcraft takes readers on a journey through a leftist history of magical practice -- from attempts to stomp it out in early modern England through the Salem Witch Trials and up to our present moment -- while providing a clear introduction to mystical rituals, including cleansing, power mapping, and casting spells. Each chapter draws parallels between magical praxis and political activity, with a distinct feminist focus, deep dives into social justice magic, a historical case study on the power of mystical action, and an empowering ritual or spell to be cast with your coven. With an edgy voice and current context, Revolutionary Witchcraft is the perfect companion for the magical uprising.