This deck has been on my radar for a while. A couple of weeks ago, I had family in town, and my mother and I went to see Cyrano de Bergerac at the Metropolitan Opera. (Lincoln Center is one of my favorite places in New York.) We arrived ridiculously early, because the only dinner reservation we […]Read more "A Review of Kat Black’s Golden Tarot"
Hmm. Turns out it’s spelled DruidCraft. I had always thought it was Druid Craft. Ah, well. Live and learn. I had planned to get this review out a week or two ago, but the best laid plans of mice and men go oft awry.* Truth be told, I just don’t have much to say about this deck. […]Read more "A Review of the DruidCraft Tarot"
I’m late to the party on this one, I know. This deck has been out for quite some time (gosh, has it been five years?) and is wildly popular, so my writing a “review” of it will hardly add new information to the pool. But for my birthday this year, a relative sent me an […]Read more "A Review of the Wildwood Tarot"
The single most popular post I’ve ever written on this blog was, far and away, my one attempt at Tarot-based humor. So let’s give it another shot. Below is a satirical list describing what your favorite Tarot deck says about you. Before we proceed any further, remember, this is humor. It’s not serious, and it’s […]Read more "What Your Favorite Tarot Deck Says About You"
A friend recently told me, “You only buy decks you like, so all the reviews on your blog are adulatory.” That’s a fair point, and at some point in the indeterminate future I may try to add in reviews of decks that I don’t already expect to adore. However, today is not that day. My […]Read more "A Review of the Wild Unknown Tarot"
I’ve been wanting this deck for a really, really long time. I’d seen images all over the internet, and it is beautiful, although it’s non-traditional enough that I had hesitated to buy it until now. But boy, am I ever glad that I finally have my hands on it. Before I dive into the art, let’s […]Read more "A Review of the Mary-El Tarot"
There’s a reason I named this blog (and the internet persona attached to it) after the Page of Wands. When it comes to Tarot, I can be a bit… impulsive. The Linestrider Tarot was an impulse buy after I saw card images from this deck on JJ’s blog over at Photon Stimulus. Normally, I see deck […]Read more "A Review of the Linestrider Tarot"