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Episode 156 of Inciting A Riot is an interview with "Sarah". Her name has been changed and identity protected in order to discuss her profession: being a phone psychic. Were her identity to be revealed, she would almost certainly lose her job and possibly face legal action. For this reason, I'm not releasing the video version of this episode on Patreon as per usual.

 

Sarah talked to me about what it's really like working for a psychic hotline, including the interview process, quality control, abusive behavior by both the psychics and clients and pretty much anything else you've ever wanted to know about the realities of these businesses. I found it to be a fascinating discussion and think you will, too.
 

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Episode 155 is an interview with Jess Mason, writer for The Mary Sue and hostess of the Reel Magic podcast which examines the intersection of magic and Paganism with how they're portrayed in film and television. We discuss queering media, curative fandom, and whether the aunts from Practical Magic are secretly a lesbian couple. 

 

Find more about Jess Mason's writing here. You can also follow her on social media @fangirlingjess on Twitter and Instagram.

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Welcome
 back to our annual celebration of stories and songs from across the Pagan world. Each of the storytellers and musicians is listed below. I encourage you to click their links, buy their wares if you can, and share them with your friends. 

 

Stories

Music

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Episode 153 is an interview with Marika Clymer, an Own Voices Japanese-Ainu American reiki practitioner whose efforts to decolonize this traditional Japanese healing modality on social media have garnered her a lot of attention. She pulls no punches in discussing the many ways white practitioners unapologetically take from BIPOC spiritualities and the ways in which many of these practices have been white-washed and sanitized to appeal to white audiences in the United States. 

 

Some topics in the discussion include: The medicalizing of reiki in the 19th century, internalized racism both in and out of BIPOC communities, the idea of becoming a "reiki master" over a weekend, "love and light", performing reiki remotely, honesty and integrity when it comes to discussing your spiritual experiences, and drag queens. 

Find more of Marika on her website here or on Instagram @moonhousenw.

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Episode 152 welcomes back author, artist, and all-around great guy Aidan Wachter as we celebrate the release of his second book Weaving Fate: Hypersigils, Changing the Past, & Telling True Lies. Aidan's independently published books have made him a well-respected, best-selling Pagan author without going through the traditional "Big 2" publishing route. We spend some time not only talking about the content of his book but about the nature of Pagan publishing and how scholarship will change in the coming years. 

 

Find out more about Aidan, his books, and his new podcast here.

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Fire Lyte
 

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Episode 151 of Inciting A Riot is an interview with Moon Ferguson, creatrix of Juju: the Web Series available on Amazon Prime. Moon is a single mom who grew up with a love of Charmed, the Vampire Diaries, and Disney who went on to accidentally fall in love with film school while working as a Physician's Assistant. She talks openly about owning your sexuality, how bartending in a strip club helped pay for her first camera equipment, and whether you can ever separate art from artist. 

 

Learn more about Moon at her website here

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 Episode 150 is an interview with witchy musician Alex Robshaw. She opened up about being an independent artist, creative burnout, the value of art, and when you can call yourself a musician. We also discussed her recent desire to discuss her white passing privilege during this time of social evolution. Listen to find out what she said "makes me be more solid in what my fights are". 

Find more of Alex Robshaw at her website here.

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Episode 149 of Inciting A Riot is an interview with author Bill Konigsberg. We discuss how YA queer fiction has evolved, the complexities of writing diverse and representative characters, and the importance of treating teenagers like people. 

 

You can learn more about Bill at his website here.

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Episode 148 continues my conversation with Cory Hutcheson of New World Witchery about the history of pandemics. This time we remain firmly in the present. 

 
My thanks to Cory Hutcheson. Please go support him at New World Witchery!
 
Some sources for further reading:
 
 

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Episode 147 of Inciting A Riot brings back friend of the show Cory Hutcheson of New World Witchery for a look back at the social and folkloric history of pandemics. (Hey...you guys asked for this episode. I think the topic is kind of bleak, too, but... 🤷🏼‍♂️) Our topics ranged from some that were actual medical pandemics to others that were more of a social plague to get a good feel for how society has reacted to widespread panic in the past.

 
We looked at the Black Plague, Salem, the Satanic Panic, HIV/AIDS, Ebola, and the H1N1 epidemics of yore. 
 
My thanks to Cory Hutcheson. Please go support him at New World Witchery!
 
Some sources for further reading:
 
 

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