The 1935 Thomson-Leng Tarot is right at the top of Tarot decks I would rescue in case of fire. Learn about the Madeline Montalban connection and check out my deck interview!
About seven years ago, I had my first encounter with a unicorn. One thing lead to another and here I am doing a deck interview with the Unicorn Tarot.
A review of Lo Scarabeo’s Vice Versa Tarot by Massimiliano Filadoro and Davide Corsi. 156 card images in a 78-card deck… Wow! It made for an interesting deck interview too. Check it out!
You may have heard of the Tarot Illuminati but have you heard of the new Illuminati Tarot by Casey Duhamel? Check out my interview with this exciting deck.
When you wait seven years for a Tarot deck and it’s every bit as beautiful and magical as you hoped it would be. My review of the Star Tarot by Cathy McClelland
There is fluff and then there is the lint that sits on top of fluff – and that, my friends, is what the ‘Good Tarot’ by Colette Baron-Reid is, fluff-lint. Read the review to find out why.
A review of Mary Packard’s Tarot de Marseille deck and book set. The deck is a (large!) reproduction of the Pierre Madenié TdM. Deck interview.
Review of the Victorian Fairy Tarot Deck and Book set published by Llewellyn. Deck interview, using the Fairy Ring Deck Interview Spread.
Review of the The Archangel Power Tarot deck by Doreen Virtue and Radleigh Valentine. Complete with a Tarot deck interview.
I’m going to open by stating that the Ceccoli Tarot by artist Nicoletta Ceccoli is NOT a deck for the beginner reader who is still learning traditional meanings and symbology, as I do not wish to waste anybody’s time. It is a beautiful and surreal modern deck that is suited to the experienced reader who wishes a bit of whimsy …