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Practice The Arts

Making with Magic

A black and white illustration of two tree-lined bodies of water, one atop the other. In the top one, two naked women, their hair up, stand in the water, arms crossed over their chests. The ripples they make become the leaves of the lower trees. In the lower lake, the shape that breaks the surface is a spiral on top of a striped mound.
Artwork from Witchbody by Sabrina Scott, published by Weiser Books, 2019.

In a poetic and aspirational piece, Sabrina Scott, author of the graphic novel Witchbody, shares how autoethnography, magical practice, and illustration combined to make a unique and powerful piece of art.

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