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LAURA TEMPEST ZAKROFF (Seattle, WA) has been a practicing Modern Traditional Witch for more than two decades, and she revels in the intersection of her paths as an author, artist, and dancer. Weave the Liminal is her fourth book. Laura blogs for the Patheos Pagan channel and Witches Pagans, and she contributes to The Witches Almanac. www.LauraTempestZakroff.com

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"Laura Tempest Zakroff gathers all the important threads together to weave her guide for modern Witches walking the traditional path. The balance and interweaving of the two is no easy task, but she shows how the modern and traditional really go hand in hand through her teachings. Tempest deftly moves between basic concepts often assumed by authors, to some pretty deep philosophical musings, all with the eye to put it into practice and to live the life of the Witch!"--Christopher Penczak, author of The Inner Temple of Witchcraft and The Mighty Dead

"All those who practice the Craft in the twenty-first century are, by definition, modern witches, regardless how closely to a tradition we hew. In Weave the Liminal, her beautiful new book, Laura Tempest Zakroff lovingly explores this paradox and shares her hard-won wisdom on how to be your own best possible modern witch. Wherever you are on your path, from novice to adept, there is something in Weave the Liminal to inspire you forward."--Judika Illes, author of Encyclopedia of Witchcraft and Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells

"Laura Tempest Zakroff's Weave the Liminal has done something for modern Witchcraft. She has made Witchcraft accessible to beginners in a way that changes generations. You'll be recommending this book for decades to come."--Amy Blackthorn, author of Blackthorn's Botanical Magic

"Beautiful, powerful and delightful--a rare and piercing combination that instructs and inspires. Weave the Liminal: Living Modern Traditional Witchcraft is a garden of very earthly treats. The wit and brightness of this book cannot be overstated. The illustrations are beguiling but the meat of the piece is the way Zakroff crafts her Craft. Enjoy this, revel in it, learn from it."--H. Byron Ballard, author of Earth Works: Ceremonies in Tower Time

"This book contains a lot of information that feels like putting on your favorite sweater, comfy and familiar. Just the same, there is a lot within it that also feels like running around in the woods at night, exhilarating and inspiring. Tempest's approach to Witchcraft is practical and realistic but enchanting and mystical at the same time."--Kelden, author of Patheos blog By Athame and Stang

"Every Witch needs to read this book several times over; this is a comprehensive guide to Modern Witchcraft and the vast liminal spaces that exist within the Tradition. Laura shatters the black/white, good/evil dichotomy we are so used to. Full of otherworldly wisdom, practical advice and real life applications this book grants its reader permission to exist outside the box, take up space without apology and dare to break the mold. Laura delivers a rare book you didn't know you needed until its words seep into your psyche; then it turns into a life changing experience. She proves that Witches are weavers of reality and rebellion."--Jaclyn Cherie, creatrix of The Nephilim Rising

"In Weave the Liminal, Laura Tempest Zakroff offers a personal and unique approach to what it means to practice witchcraft as a Modern Traditional Witch. She moves the reader into weaving their own practice through stories, insight, and anecdotes drawn from her own life and experiences without the use of formal ritual, spells, recipes, and exercises or by relying on the fragile validity of lineage. Weave the Liminal is definitely where witches both new and old, novice and seasoned, are sure to find commonality as they make their way into what it means to practice witchcraft in the twenty-first century."--Christopher Orapello, podcaster, artist, and coauthor of Besom, Stang, and Sword

"Leaving no stone unturned, Laura Tempest Zakroff offers a thorough and deeply personal deconstruction, examination, and reappraisal of the modern witch's Craft, and carefully guides the reader through the warp and weft of crafting a path that is truly the witch's own."--Gemma Gary, author of Traditional Witchcraft--A Cornish Book of Ways, The Black Toad, and The Devil's Dozen

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