- 3 white chime candles
- a cylinder of matches, with a rather striking gold embossed logo (pun included at no charge)
- a gold star-shaped chime candle holder
- 3 sheets of dissolving paper for a special spell to banish nonsense and general fuckery
About the book:
“It’s not going to tell you how to turn invisible, or use positive thinking to bring yourself everything you ever want in life. What Saxena and Zimmerman created is a fun, thoughtful, and sometimes very funny way to use rituals to take care of yourself, to create reminders of the way you want to move through the world. Its advice and spells and really endearing list of familiars add up to something simple but so necessary: a new way of thinking about being kind to yourself.” —Tor book review
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Jaya Saxena is coauthor of Dad Magazine (Quirk, 2016) and The Book of Lost Recipes (Page Street, 2016). Her work has appeared in ELLE.com, the Daily Dot, the Toast (god rest its beautiful, perfect soul), Eater, Buzzfeed, and more.
Jess Zimmerman is the editor-in-chief of Electric Literature. Her writing has been published in the Guardian, the New Republic, the Washington Post, Hazlitt, Vice, Eater, and others.