Drawing on the natural connections between neo-pagan spirituality and the new literary, artistic, and activist movement known as solarpunk, Norton-Kertson provides radical witches with meditations and correspondences for developing a spiritual practice rooted in nature, the Sun, and the drive to build a better world. Readers will also find a host of spells to use in the fight against climate change and other problems facing our world. These politically conscious magickal practices forge a new spiritual praxis to guide us as we work together to create a more utopian future.
SUBJECT: Activism / Religion & Spirituality / Microcosm Published / Sustainability / Science Fiction & Fantasy / Witchy / Nature
PUBLICATION: Jul 23, 2024
FORMAT: 192 pages, 5x7", paperback
CARTON QTY: 80
Justine Norton-Kertson is an author, musician, and educator, in addition to being the co-Editor-in-Chief of Solarpunk Magazine and Editor-in-Chief of Android Press. They're the creative and musical force behind the antifascist neofolk project, Ashera. His recent apocalyptic hopepunk story, "Do Me Out," appeared in Utopia Science Fiction Magazine. They have a degree in history from the University of California, Irvine, and are a former high school history, political science, and economic teacher. She lives in rural Oregon with her partner, puppies, cats, goats, and beehives where she enjoys gardening and kayaking.
A small, innovative publishing house, Microcosm Publishing specializes in work designed to make the reader feel good about being alive, take an active role in bettering their life, and impact the world around them. Microcosm has developed a reputation for teaching self-empowerment, showing hidden histories, and fostering creativity through challenging conventional publishing wisdom with books and zines about DIY skills, food, politics, and art. Our books are printed in the USA.