Clementine Morrigan

Clementine Morrigan is a writer, poet, rebel scholar, and working witch. She writes the zine Fucking Magic. Their first book, Rupture, was published in 2012. Her second collection of poetry, The Size of a Bird, was published in 2017. Their creative writing has appeared in the literary journals Prose & Lore and Soliloquies, and her scholarly writing has appeared in the academic journals Somatechnics, The Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, and Knots. They have also written for Guts Magazine and Shameless Magazine. She is the creator of two short films, Resurrection (2013) and City Witch (2016). Their creative, artistic, and scholarly works consider trauma, madness, addiction, sobriety, gender, sexuality, desire, queerness, polyamory, kink, magic, re-enchantment, environment, and more-than-human worlds. She facilitates workshops and guest lectures on a number of topics. They provide professional tarot reading services for individuals and events. She is a white settler of Irish, Scottish, and English ancestry living on unceded Kanien’keha:ka territory. They are a practitioner of trauma magic.