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First Name Monica
Last Name Bodirsky
Member Since November 20, 2021
Email monica.bodirsky@gmail.com
City Toronto
State ON
Country Canada
Pen Name
Branch Affiliation Toronto
Website https://www.monicabodirsky.com
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Bio Monica Bodirsky BDEs, CH, is a Witch and a walker between many worlds whose work explores the metaphysical. Her current illustrative art and writing focus on accessible divination methodologies that empower, enlighten, and, sometimes entertain. Her tarot and oracle decks are traditionally published through Red Feather Mind, Body and Spirit and are available at local and major book retailers in Canada, the US and Europe. She taught at OCAD University, offers consultations and residencies, and is the author of speculative fiction. She and her husband live peacefully in a mystical hideaway filled with haunted relics and love.
Publications Between the Words: Shadowcasting with Bone and Curio Oracle Cards, deck and guidebook (235 pp, 46 cards). 2022. Pennsylvania, Schiffer Publishing (Red Feather Mind Body and Spirit Imprint). Shadowland Tarot cards and guidebook (200 pp, 78 cards). 2020. Pennsylvania: Schiffer Publishing/Red Feather Mind Body and Spirit. Shadowland Lenormand cards and guide. 2021. Pennsylvania: Schiffer Publishing/Red Feather Mind Body and Spirit. The House of Shadows Lenormand Cards and Guide (5 editions). 2016-2021. Toronto: Self-Published. The Bats Blood Ink Oracle cards and guide. 2021. Toronto: Self-Published. Romani Women in Canada: Spectrum of the Blue Water.  2017. Toronto: Inanna Publications. The Native Canadian. 2002 - 2007 Editor, monthly newspaper. Toronto. Various: Anishnaabek News, blogs on Tarot and divination, Cartomancer (Tarot magazine, regular contributor), Lonely Planet guide to Toronto ) Co-editor credit, Indigenous history of Toronto. Indigenous Foodways, journal article. Tourist Season. 1995. Toronto: Insomniac Press chapbook.
Other Memberships Sisters in Crime Toronto Chapter, Canadian Crime Writers of Canada.
Genres Fiction, Freelance, Gay & Lesbian, Nonfiction, Parenting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Short Stories, Speculative
Available For Readings, Presentations, Workshops, Book Club Meetings, Speaking Engagements
Services Offered Book Reviews, Copywriting, Corporate Writing, Freelance Writing, Ghostwriting, Research, Scriptwriting & Screenwriting, Storytelling, Web Content