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Pre-ordering Modern Witch Tarot

Modern Witch Tarot pre-orders will open in (late) April on the Liminal 11 website. Sign up to our mailing list to be alerted in advance as soon as we announce the date!

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Announcing Folk Magic & Healing

We’re delighted to announce that Liminal 11 will publish Fez Inkwright’s Folk Magic & Healing: An Unusual History of Everyday Plants, in November 2019!

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Folk Magic & Healing

Folk Magic and Healing: An Unusual History of Everyday Plants

by Fez Inkwright

978-1-912634-11-8 * £11.99 * Published 2nd October 2019

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A book of the folklore, history and healing properties of common plants

Throughout history, plants have played a key and vital role to our existence. Whether as a foodstuff, medicine, building material, or religious aid, the way that we re-purpose and domesticate plants has shaped a core part of the development of human culture. Hedgerows and wild-growing areas are a vital part of our countrysides and, through our codependency, have become ingrained in the myth and lore of humanity. Many of the old wives’ tales about plants were created to spread knowledge of their medicinal and nutritional properties, and many have become entwined with stories of local spirits, deities, and more ancient legends.

Folk Magic and Healing is, ultimately, a collection of many of these beliefs, aiming to inspire a greater appreciation of our wild plants and countrysides.

This stunningly illustrated treasury of the folklore of flora is packed with insight, lore and the revealed mysteries of everyday plants – perfect for gardeners, writers, folklorists, witches and general knowledge buffs alike!

This NEW edition takes Fez Inkwright’s gorgeous self-published book to the next level. Now in hardcover with metallic gold foiling, plus wonderful extra material, gorgeous illuminated letters and a drawing for every single plant illustrated in Fez Inkwright’s amazing style!


Fez Inkwright is an illustrator, author, and folklorist. Her greatest passions are botany, nature, primitive religions, and folklore, which flavour most of her work. For the past eight years she has produced work for children’s books, hand-drawn maps, and tattoo design, and now spends her time indulging in conservation work and writing. She lives in Bristol, UK, with two cats and several hundred bees.

A look at Enoki’s creative process: Part 1 – Concept

Hello! I’m Enoki, the creator of Mini Meditations on Friendship.

Mini Meditations on Friendship is my first ever illustrated book, and to create it has been a wonderful experience and life-long dream come true! Truly. I was so thrilled when Liminal 11 asked me to collaborate with them, and equally surprised when they asked me to share the process of creating this book with you.

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Tales of the Tarot: Chapter 7 – The Chariot

Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)

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Get to know Kaylee Pinecone, creator of Tales of the Tarot

Last year, when we tweeted out looking for someone to create an original webcomic based on tarot or mind, body, spirit themes, we heard back almost immediately from Kaylee Pinecone. She developed an amazing idea that we knew people were going to love, and – if our social media and blog numbers are anything to go by – now we know how much it’s resonating with you!

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Untangling Tarot Myths

By Darren Shill & Sarah Wray

Superstition and ritual creep into so many areas of life, but it’s no shock that tarot reading provides a particularly rich field for inventiveness in this arena.

Please ensure you wear goggles when tackling bogus superstitions
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Tales of the Tarot: Chapter 6 – The Lovers

Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)

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Fez Inkwright

Fez Inkwright is an illustrator, author, and folklorist. Her greatest passions are botany, nature, primitive religions, and folklore, which flavour most of her work. For the past eight years she has produced work for children’s books, hand-drawn maps, and tattoo design, and now spends her time indulging in conservation work and writing. She lives in Bristol, UK, with two cats and several hundred bees.

Follow Fez on Insta and twitter!

Check out her website and shop

Fez’s publications for Liminal 11:

Folk Magic and Healing

Top 5 Tarot Decks of 2018

By Darren Shill

Darren’s top 5 tarot decks of 2018

So here we are, immersed in the joys of 2019, but still with a reflective mind to 2018. If not for an exceptionally busy end of year for Liminal 11, this would have been written earlier. So please forgive the tardiness.

Each year, the number of high quality tarot decks seems to find new peaks, whether self-published, through established companies or with the emergence of new publishers (tip of the hat to Liminal 11!). It really does seem to be a golden age to be a tarot enthusiast or collector. Are there too many decks to choose from? Personally, I think the wide variety provides the space to find a deck that connects more deeply with you… as for the extent that it is a problem, then it is certainly a premium one!

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Tales of the Tarot: Chapter 5 – The Hierophant

Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)


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The Moon in the Luna Sol Tarot

By Darren Shill

It’s the first #tarottuesday of 2019! Err… it’s the first post anyway. We all gave ourselves a bit of a break over the holidays and we’re feeling refreshed and ready! Whatever the new year means to you, we hope it brings you health, happiness, love and lots of amazing books and tarot cards! We can help a little bit with all of those things!

We’re kicking off the year with The Moon…

The Moon in the Luna Sol Tarot
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Liminal 11 in 2019

Happy 2019 to everyone! Whatever the new year brings from you, we hope it brings you health, happiness, joy and plenty of amazing books and tarot cards! And hopefully we can help a little bit with all of those things…

Read on to see a quick rundown of Liminal 11’s 2018 and a few quick updates to keep you in the loop for the year ahead! If you’ve only just heard of us, this is the perfect primer.

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Janelle Belgrave

Janelle Belgrave‘s first love is astrology. She stumbled upon it at an early age and has studied it for nearly 20 years since then. She lives by the principle of “As above, So below” believing that all things that we experience here on Earth are reflected in the heavens and within humanity itself. That guidance led her to study Chinese Medicine, earning her Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2012. Since then she’s practiced in a myriad of settings, from community acupuncture to private practice. That same year she trained to become a Clairvoyant Intuitive, and has seen used her skills to give readings that have been lauded as impactful and accurate.

In 2015 Janelle began seeing astrology clients, coaching them one on one, using their natal charts to support them through challenges, success and future planning. She has written horoscopes for Refinery29, XoNecole and Cassius, and she has been mentioned XoJane, Essence, The Guardian and other publications. Her mission is to make astrology, clairvoyance & Chinese Medicine both practical and common knowledge for the public, as their wisdom is powerful as well as healing when applied in our daily lives.

Visit Janelle’s website

Keep in touch on Instagram and twitter

Janelle’s publications for Liminal 11:

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Sibylline Meynet

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Sibylline Meynet is an illustrator based in Paris, France. She has worked for Hachette Pratique, Boom! Studios, Valiant and L’Epopee Temporelle. When not working on comics and commissions, Sibylline likes to draw women in a peaceful environments, surrounded by stars, flowers and clouds. Her work is inspired by vintage designs with a focus on the feminine superhero.

Visit Sibylline’s website

Support Sibylline Meynet on Patreon

Keep in touch in Instagram, twitter, tumblr and Facebook

Sibylline’s publications for Liminal 11: 

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Tales of the Tarot: Chapter 4 – The Emperor

Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)

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Catching up on Lisa Sterle’s Modern Witch Tarot deck

Catching up on Lisa Sterle’s Modern Witch Tarot deck

Lisa Sterle‘s Modern Witch Tarot is something Liminal 11 has had our eyes on since our earliest days as a startup. Having seen Lisa’s now-viral “Everything is Fine” 10 of Swords design, we were hooked. So imagine our joy when we had the opportunity to publish the deck! Since we first announced the publication back in April 2018 (a year and a half before our planning autumn 2019 publication date), we’ve had Lisa’s fans storming the gates to ensure they don’t miss out. (*HINT* sign up for our newsletter and we assure you that you’ll be among the first to know when pre-orders open!)

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Announcing two new Mini Meditations titles!

We’re so happy to share the next two titles in our Mini Meditations series! We’ve meditated on Creativity and on Joy, and now we’re looking at two of our very favourite things: Friendship and Love!

Mini Meditations on Friendship is a treasure trove of musings on friendships of all kinds, featuring otherworldly artwork by the amazing Enoki! And our co-founder Mike Medaglia turns his warm, inviting illustration style to that most wonderful of feelings in Mini Meditations on Love.

Watch our InstagramTwitter and Facebook every Monday where we’ll be starting the week off right by revealing new illustrations using the #MiniMeditations hashtag.

And in case you missed it – we have ANOTHER amazing product releasing on May 1st. Read more about Do Yoga Anywhere here.

Mini Meditations on Friendship


Mini Meditations on Friendship

By Enoki

978-1-912634-09-5 * £7.99 * hardcover * published 1st May 2019

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Beautiful quotes on friendship are brought to life through Enoki’s otherworldly drawings

Mini Meditations on Friendship is a treasure trove of musings on friendships of all kinds, illustrated by award-winning artist Enoki. These unbelievably beautiful images are an inspirational journey through quotes from some of the greatest writers, artists and thinkers throughout history.

Read Enoki’s guest blogs about the process of creating Mini Meditations on Friendship.

Enoki is an award-winning comic artist who illustrates and animates for corporations around the globe. Guided by intuition and curiosity, Enoki creates with empathy, love, and courage with the hope to reach out and connect with others through her stories and art. Philosophy and loneliness, 1910s theatre, and sci-fi, are often themes inspired within her mysterious and elegant paintings. Enoki lives with many plants and practices Historical Fencing in Bristol, UK. Her favourite flower is the Peace Lily.

Mini Meditations on Love


Mini Meditations on Love

By Mike Medaglia

978-1-912634-08-8 * £7.99 * hardcover * published 1st May 2019

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Inspirational quotes on love are brought to life through Mike Medaglia’s wonderful illustrations

Our Mini Meditations series continues with a LOVELY new addition! Mike Medaglia turns his warm, inviting illustration style to the subject of love. These stunning images are an inspirational journey through quotes from some of the greatest writers, artists and thinkers throughout history.

Mike Medaglia is the co-founder of Liminal 11 and creator of The Luna Sol Tarot deck. He is also author of the best-selling One Year Wiser series (SelfMadeHero), including a book of truly beautiful illustrated meditations, a colouring book, a gratitude journal and an illustrated guide to mindfulness. Mike has drawn and written for the Huffington Post on topics like gratitude, mindfulness, Zen and modern life. He was previously art editor at Jessica Kingsley Publishers working on a range of comics and graphic novels about topics like chronic pain, dementia, Asperger Syndrome, PTSD and anxiety.

The Empress in The Luna Sol Tarot

The Empress in The Luna Sol Tarot

By Darren Shill

We hate to admit playing favourites, but all tarot enthusiasts have a particular card that has a personal spark. For me, it is the Empress (Mike‘s is The Hermit and Sarah‘s is the Ace of Swords, although Temperance calls out often!). Had you asked me when I was a younger reader, no doubt I would have chosen something wilder or stranger, but over the years the warmth and compassion of the Empress has melted resistance away. Now she stands apart.

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Announcing: Do Yoga Anywhere!

We are SO excited to be announcing Sarah Hunt‘s Do Yoga Anywhere! With illustrations by Mike Medaglia, this card deck lets you build your own sequences wherever you are!

It’s out on the 1st of May 2019 in our webshop and, thanks to our new distribution deals, will be MUCH more widely available in bookshops and online!

Keep an eye out on our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook every Friday, where we’ll be revealing the card designs!

Do Yoga Anywhere

Do Yoga Anywhere

By Sarah Hunt

Illustrated by Mike Medaglia

978-1-912634-10-1 * £19.99 * published 1st May 2019

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Build your own yoga sequences wherever you are with these lovely, illustrated yoga cards – created by the founder of Disco Yoga®!

Do Yoga Anywhere is a unique new deck of cards, each featuring a different yoga pose, that give you the freedom to build your own yoga sequences on the go! Illustrated by Mike Medaglia and with detailed explanations and introductions by Disco Yoga®’s Sarah Hunt, this yoga deck is for seasoned yogis and newbies alike!

Sarah Hunt is co-founder of Disco Yoga®, a glitter-infused, uplifting, fun yoga class for ‘mindful drinkers’ who like to get their groove on while they stretch. Disco Yoga® has been to Latitude Festival and featured in Om Yoga, Women’s Health, TimeOut, Londonist, The Telegraph, The Evening Standard, Grazia and Glamour. She began her journey with yoga in 2007 in Vancouver and immediately began to realise all of the benefits. She attended many teaching workshops throughout this time and became a certified yoga instructor in 2009. Sarah joined the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition the year after and became a Registered Holistic Nutritionist in 2010. She moved to London in 2011 and loves working with people in this area of the world. Sarah loves the simplicity of real food and gentle yoga, which together combine to form a holistic and healthy way of living. She enjoys sharing the benefits of these practices with others. Sarah’s yoga classes are designed to work on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. While they are strengthening, cleansing and detoxifying, they also address issues of stress reduction, clarity and focus, patience, body awareness and personal challenges.

Mike Medaglia is the co-founder of Liminal 11 and creator of The Luna Sol Tarot. He is also author of the best-selling One Year Wiser series (SelfMadeHero), including a book of truly beautiful illustrated meditations, a colouring book, a gratitude journal and an illustrated guide to mindfulness. Mike has drawn and written for the Huffington Post on topics like gratitude, mindfulness, Zen and modern life. He was previously art editor at Jessica Kingsley Publishers working on a range of comics and graphic novels about topics like chronic pain, dementia, Asperger Syndrome, PTSD and anxiety.

TALES OF THE TAROT: CHAPTER 3 – THE EMPRESS

Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)

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The Luna Sol Spread


The Luna Sol Spread

By Darren Shill

Those of you who have been exploring The Luna Sol Tarot have hopefully delved into our little booklet and come across the spread we created to accompany the deck. For those who haven’t gotten the deck yet, we wanted to give you a chance to try our custom spread with another deck that resonates with you.

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Lots of love for the Luna Sol Tarot!

Lots of love for The Luna Sol Tarot!

It’s been an amazing month for Liminal 11! Our first products were launched; we’ve got distribution in the UK, Europe and North America; we went to Thought Bubble, Mind Body Soul Experience and the UK Tarot Conference (with more to come!); we’ve published three full chapters of the amazing Tales of the Tarot webcomic; and we’ve been getting a lot of really wonderful feedback on our publications! The Luna Sol Tarot has been especially popular, so we thought we’d thank the amazing reviewers and influencers who have shown us love by rounding up all of their kind words and coverage here!

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Liminal 11’s launch party AND SO MUCH MORE!

Liminal 11 co-founders Darren Shill and Mike Medaglia at our launch party

Liminal 11’s launch party AND SO MUCH MORE!

by Sarah Wray

Well, it’s official… we’re official! Last week, we held our proper launch party, plus we have some REALLY EXCITING NEWS . . .

In the media? Read our official press release.

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TALES OF THE TAROT: CHAPTER 2 – THE HIGH PRIESTESS

Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)

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Fumio Obata

Fumio Obata (born in Toyko, 1975) came to the UK when he was 16 years old and completed his BA Illustration degree at Glasgow School of Art and a Master degree in Communication Design from Royal College of Art in London. He then pursued his comic book career here in the UK after realizing there were more challenges in Europe than his home country, Japan. He is now an author whose work and inspiration come from cultural differences and social issues in his surroundings. His style and work are influenced by both Japanese and European aesthetics.

He is latest graphic novel Just So Happens, published by Jonathan Cape, Random House, has won many high acclaims and now been translated and published in 8 different countries.

Fumio also has a career as an animator. Between 2003 and 2008 he worked with Duran DuranChannel4, and joined Redkite Animations in Edinburgh in 2006. In Edinburgh, he worked on numbers of joint projects with DC Thompson.

Between 2008-9 he completed a comic artist residency at La Maison Des Auteurs (The House of Authors)Angoulême, France – a renowned programme organised by La Cité Internationale de la Bande Desinée et de l’image. In 2013 he was offered a senior lecturer post for the BA Illustration course at the University of Gloucestershire in UK and currently supporting young talents to develop their own/unique artistic voices in various sequential contexts such as animation, graphic novel and children’s book. 

He is a regular contributor to Italian News Magazine Internazionale for his graphic reportage on a series of natural disasters in Japan.

Head over to Fumio’s website

Stay in touch via Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr.

Order Just So Happens in the UK

Fumio’s publications for Liminal 11:

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Sean Michael Wilson

Sean Michael Wilson is a graphic novel writer living in Scotland and Japan. His books are often on themes of history, biography and social issues. He has had more than twenty books published with a variety of US, UK and Japanese publishers, including: a comic book version of A Christmas Carol (‘Best of 2008’, Sunday Times), AX:alternative manga ( ‘Best ten books of 2010’, Publishers Weekly), Parecomic (with an introduction by Noam Chomsky, his first contribution to a book in graphic form) and several manga versions of Japanese classics, such as The Book of Five Rings, Hagakure and The 47 Ronin. In 2016 his book The Faceless Ghost was nominated for the prestigious Eisner Book Awards. In 2017, his book Secrets of the Ninja won an International Manga Award from the Japanese government – he is the first British person to receive this award. He has worked with a variety of organisations in the process, such as British universities and museums, Norwegian’s People’s Aid, the British and American Humanist Associations, Corporate Watch, War on Want and the Arts Council. He often gives lectures and talks about comics in schools and colleges, and has written articles for such places as The Japan Times, The London Economic and The Herald Scotland.

Check out Sean’s website

Buy Sean’s books!

Stay in touch with him via his blog, and on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook

Sean’s publications for Liminal 11:

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