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Izzy and Dentistry-Based Medication Explain More Tarot

It’s been a while! I wish I could say that wouldn’t happen again, but here’s the thing: I do boffer LARPs. So, like, at least four times a year I’m away for a weekend hitting my friends with padded weapons, … Continue reading

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Not Drunk Tarot…

…drunk true crime! And frankly I’m sort of surprised nobody has made a Serial Killer Tarot, given the state of the world…although apparently there *is* a site where you can buy t-shirts with various killers represented as major arcana, thanks, … Continue reading

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Power Couple And That One Guy: More Drunk Tarot

Welcome back to Izzy And Booze Explain The Tarot. This week, my companion is Dr. McGillicudy’s Intense Apple Pie Liqueur, and let me tell you folks: the good doctor knows what he is about.¬†As my friend Elise said, this isn’t … Continue reading

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Follow-Up

I forgot to mention the potential negatives of the High Priestess. These don’t get mentioned a lot, in part because a lot of the culture around the Rider-Waite Tarot is prone to perceiving female/feminine-coded spirituality as unquestionably positive, but I … Continue reading

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Drunk Izzy Explains the Tarot, Part II: Magic And Stuff

Tonight’s episode brought to you by the rum cream in my fridge. Rum: one of the two best prefixes for “cream”. Cream: one of the two best suffixes for “rum”. Having defined the Tarot, and been snide about major occult … Continue reading

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Interview

Over at Harlequin Junkie, I chat about writing in a medieval setting and so forth! http://harlequinjunkie.com/spotlight-giveaway-highland-dragon-warrior-by-isabel-cooper/  

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A Very Unofficial Guide to the Tarot: Prelude

So I’m home from work, and thus have a glass of pomegranate booze (which seems appropriately mythological, and while I’m unsure how much I can drink before I have to spend six months in a chill and dark underworld, I … Continue reading

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