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Sea-born: Women in Magic and Myth, Cunning Folk Water Issue

Matriarch of the Dark, Suspira Magazine Fetish Issue

Bite Me, Suspira Magazine Vampire Issue

At Georgia’s Arrendale State Prison, women inmates forge a bond by keeping bees, Atlanta Magazine, print + digital

INTERVIEWS

Bestselling author of The Other Boleyn Girl, Philippa Gregory goes historical in a modern world, ArtsATL

Practical Magic Author Alice Hoffman on the Holocaust, fairy tales and her new book, ArtsATL

FEATURES

From the Soil Up, The Bitter Southerner

The Real Blanche DuBois, The Bitter Southerner

A Sisterhood of Stitchers, The Bitter Southerner

The Long Tradition of Folk Healing Among Southern Appalachian Women, Atlas Obscura

America’s Maternal Mortality Problem, Restless Magazine

An Unhappy Silence, Restless Magazine

The Gulch Could Have a New Future. Here’s a Look at Its Past, NPR/90.1 WABE

How Atlanta’s Rose House Ended Up As One Of The Last Of Its Kind, NPR/90.1, NPR/90.1 WABE

Charis Books creates literary safe space–online and worldwide–amid pandemic, ArtsATL

How Women Are Using Knitting And Needlework As A Form Of Protest, BUST

Author Lauretta Hannon celebrates 10 years and a lifetime as The Cracker Queen, ArtsATL

REVIEWS

Black Panther fashion designer Ruth E. Carter fashions portals to then, now and the future, ArtsATL

Exquisite paper creations at SCAD FASH show fashion from an artist’s point of view, ArtsATL

A Timely New Foxfire Book Captures Appalachians Defining Their Future, The Bitter Southerner

29Rooms Experience Challenges Atlanta To ‘Expand Your Reality’, NPR/90.1 WABE