Suburban Witchcraft Magazine – Issue 2

Issue 2 of Suburban Witchcraft Magazine is now live! Do give it a read and let me know what you think, and as always: if you enjoy it, show it around!

Suburban Witchcraft Magazine

Suburban Witchcraft Magazine – Issue 2

Summer greetings, everyone!

Issue 2 of Suburban Witchcraft Magazine is now Live, featuring stories, photographs, poetry and art!

You can read the magazine here: https://issuu.com/suburbanwitchcraftmagazine/docs/swissue2

or by clicking on the cover image above!

We hope you enjoy Issue 2, and as always, tell us what you think!

Our submission period is : always! If you are interested in being part of our Issue 3, you can send your writing, artworks and photography to subwsubmit@gmail.com. We look forward to seeing and showcasing your creations!

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~ by Oloriel on July 9, 2022.

4 Responses to “Suburban Witchcraft Magazine – Issue 2”

  1. Wonderful and the art is fabulous.

  2. Love all the fantastic writing and images including the richly red cover. A wonderful magazine, thank you!

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