They call it witchcraft on purpose.
An act or process of shaping something as you go, not accepting a readymade.
A sturdy, lovely boat to carry you over the broad, wild expanse of mind, life, time, space and all possible universes.
How exciting to claim witchcraft as one’s path. Exciting and responsible.
Claim it. Name it. People died for it. Now it is yours.
What do you choose to do with it?
Eva Yaa Asantewaa has been writing about dance since 1976 for numerous publications including Dance Magazine and The Village Voice and is Editor in Chief of Dancer’s Turn. She has published poetry widely, broadcast for WBAI radio, and facilitated numerous events for progressive New York organizations through her business Radical Magick. She maintains a private practice in Tarot-based psychic counseling and is an ordained minister, legally registered with the City of New York as a marriage officiant with special interest in neopagan and secular-humanist ceremony. A native New Yorker of Black Caribbean heritage, Eva makes her home in the East Village with her wife and two cats.