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Witchbody

Sabrina Scott

Publisher: Weiser Books

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An inspiring, playful, and sensual invitation to the experience of everyday magic--in the form of a wildly original graphic novelWitchbody is an invitation to awaken a sense of wonder to what lies beneath the surface of our experiences--the magic of all things. A plant, a tree, a coffee cup, garbage bins, you, me--they're all full of magic. Witchcraft is simply the power we all have to awaken to this magic."Reading Sabrina Scott's beautiful graphic novel Witchbody has been a transformative experience for me. I hope that the messages of Sabrina's work, their perspectives on ecology, materiality, nature and magic, will feel relevant to everyone who reads this." --Beth Maiden, Little Red Tarot"Witchbody is smart, beautiful, and highly recommended." -Spiral Nature

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