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Rachel Pollack

Email: rachel@rachelpollack.com
Websites: www.rachelpollack.com, , www.rachelpollack.wordpress.com

Bio: Comics are a lifelong love, but a side profession for Rachel Pollack, who has authored 22 books. A recent novel, Godmother Night, won the World Fantasy Award. A contemporary story based on Grimm's Fairy Tales, it featured two generations of lesbians, and Death, who is pictured in the story as a short middle-aged woman attended by five young women on motorcycles.

Rachel has also written extensively on Tarot cards, including the book for The Vertigo Tarot. Among her favorite projects in her career, her run on DC/Vertigo's Doom Patrol stands out very strongly. "I tried to explore people's anxieties about their bodies, their sexuality, and their identity," she said.


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Complete Illustrated Guide to Tarot
Eternally Bad: Goddesses With Attitude
Forest Of Souls
Godmother Night
Godmother Night
Kabbalah Tree
Seeker
Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom
The Body of the Goddess: Sacred Wisdom in Myth, Landscape and Culture
The Haindl Tarot: The Major Arcana
The Power of Ritual
The Shining Tribe Tarot, Revised and Expanded
The Vertigo Tarot
Unquenchable Fire


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