07/27: Modern Tarot- Connecting with Your Higher Self through the Wisdom of the Cards by Michelle Tea
07/27: Modern Tarot- Connecting with Your Higher Self through the Wisdom of the Cards by Michelle Tea
07/27: Modern Tarot- Connecting with Your Higher Self through the Wisdom of the Cards by Michelle Tea
Michelle Tea

07/27: Modern Tarot- Connecting with Your Higher Self through the Wisdom of the Cards by Michelle Tea

*** No purchase necessary to attend the event; books will be available for purchase.

 

With her trademark wisdom and sharp sense of humor, author Michelle Tea (Rent Girl, Valencia) shows how tarot offers moments of deep connection during a time when connection is ubiquitous but rarely delves beneath the surface. Based on over 25 years of experience and a deep and abiding love of the cards, Tea’s new book, MODERN TAROT (HarperElixir/June 2017) brings her charm, authenticity, and knowledge to the tradition of the tarot. Tea brings a fresh approach to the tarot guide infused with her unique insight, dark humor, and pop sensibility. Modern Tarot is a fascinating journey through the cards that teaches how to use this tradition to connect with our higher selves.

Whether you’re a full believer of the cards or a digital-age skeptic-- or a little of both-- the power of tarot is open to everyone. This guide doesn’t ask you to believe in magic or insist upon using tarot as a divination tool. Instead, fiercely insightful descriptions of each of the 78 cards in the tarot system (each illustrated in the charmingly offbeat style of cartoonist Amanda Verwey) and specially designed card-based rituals that can be used with any deck help take readers on a path toward radical growth and self-improvement.

7:30PM - 9:30PM

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Author, activist, and queer/feminist icon MICHELLE TEA is the author of five memoirs, including the award-winning Valencia (now a film). Her novels include Mermaid in Chelsea Creek, the first in a Young Adult fantasy trilogy published by McSweeneys. Tea is the Founding Artistic Director of RADAR Productions, a queer-feminist literary non-profit in San Francisco and is the editor of Sister Spit Books, an imprint of City Lights. Her writing has appeared in The Believer, n+1, Buzzfeed, The Bold Italic, Marie Claire, xoJane.com and many other print and web publications.