Something Wicked This Way Comes: Sabat Magazine

What makes a modern witch? We’ll give you a hint, there’s not a single broomstick or pointy hat in sight!

Original Fiction: Guilt & Forgiveness

Set against the daily occurrence of violent real world events, author Maureen Pritchard invites us to explore a shadowy literary realm

Witches of Instagram

Because not all witches live in Salem. Some of them live on Instagram.

Celebrating Love at Dia de los Muertos

What does Dia de los Muertos – the Day of the Dead – have to do with love? More than you might think…

The Unreadable Book

What if you couldn’t read your favourite book? Nayantara Premakumar unravels the mystery behind her beloved secondhand book      

Night Charge Extra

Read and listen along with Indian poet Akhil Katyal as he recites two poems from his new book

Exploring Southern Gothic

Christopher Lloyd explores contemporary culture from the American South, revealing dark narratives of race and violence

Pink: The Art x Style Mashup

The surprisingly controversial colour gets a new lease on life in our Art and Style mix & match

The Real Grand Budapest Hotel

Dreaming of a pink-hued Wes Anderson inspired adventure? Here’s 10 travel destinations to help you find that pink feeling in real life

Surreal Style with Selly Raby Kane

Come explore the otherworldly paradise of Senegalese fashion designer Selly Raby Kane.

Original Fiction: Guilt & Forgiveness

Scraps and threads of thought were swimming in his brain, but he could not rest on one, in spite of all his efforts. Rahimovich had drawn the curtains, thrown himself on the mattress and pulled a blanket over himself, hoping to be wrapped in comforting warmth and the forgetfulness of sleep, but his thoughts still troubled him. He slipped into such a solid and tangible dream, he was later uncertain whether to call it a memory or premonition. He was standing in a narrow and dirty stairwell, his ears pressed against a wooden door. From the other side of the door, came the sound of breathing. Someone was certainly on the other side, listening.

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Something Wicked This Way Comes: Sabat Magazine

The Craft. Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Charmed. The late 90s was something of a televisual goldmine for witchcraft, making a practice so often maligned in popular imagination instantly cool. Kickass covens and powerful sisterhoods took the place of crone-like witches and marginal women burned at the stake. No warts in sight, no attempts to cook Hansel and Gretel, the witches of 90s television were true pop culture heroines.

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