Kim Stoll is a poet and witch living in Tucson, Arizona. She holds a BA in creative writing from Susquehanna University and an MFA in poetry from the University of Arizona. Her chapbook, Anna Lives, is available from Dancing Girl Press, and you can read her work online at Cartridge Lit, Birdfeast, Cloud Rodeo, and The Boiler. She has worked an array of jobs in the nonprofit sector, from county animal shelter to university foundation. She owns four large dogs and yes, they all bite.
Dancing Girl Press, 2015
from "What’s Inside of Anna"
Anna is the ground beef lining my skull, the bad milk inside my muscles. Anna’s burnt clay I throw to the river, she’s softening to silt.
Rogue Agent, April 2020
Radar Poetry, April 2020
"The Ball Rolled and Rolled, and He Followed After It"
Corvid Queen, January 2020
The Pinch, March 2014
90's Meg Ryan, September 2013
Cloud Rodeo, August 2013
The Boiler, June 2013
Bodega, June 2013
Birdfeast, Spring 2013
Ilk, Spring 2013
“Mummification,” “Your Algae-Coated Lungs,” & “Damp Pop of Jaws Unhinging”
Permafrost, Winter 2012
Alice Blue Review, Fall 2012
“We Are Here:” & “On the Upper Peninsula”
Stone Highway Review, Spring 2012
My witchcraft practice incorporates my animist beliefs and lies somewhere in the cross sections of kitchen, hedge, and green witchery. As an avid learner and gatherer of information, I’m always seeking the unknown.
I believe our stories are what shape us, and through divination we can tell ourselves new stories, create futures and find maps back through the past and into our interiors. For me, divination is a tool to illuminate possibilities and paths of understanding.
Bone throwing is a form of divination via casting a collection of small objects such as bones, shells, trinkets, etc. I throw with a custom set of animal bones on either a rabbit hide surface or wheel of the year mat. Each bone has specific meanings and associations tied to them, and where they fall on the mat and in relation to one another help inform my reading. Learn more about my practice here.
Message me if you are interested in receiving a private bone reading, or if you what to learn more about divination.
Second Wednesday of Every Month
at The Ninth House | 6:30 PM
A book club with a witchy twist! We gather on the second Wednesday of every month at the Ninth House to discuss a new book. Find out what’s on our reading list here and message me to be added to the email list.
Third Saturday of Every Other Month
at The Ninth House | 12-4 PM
$20 per reading.
Walk-in readings are approximately 20 minutes long.
Home + Hearth Craft
Saturday, May 16 | 5 PM
at The Ninth House
In this two-hour workshop, we will explore how to infuse magick into mundane household tasks and make our homes sacred spaces. students will learn basic herbal correspondences, how to set up house wards, boundaries, and other protections, and the lore behind many household spirits and deities (and how to keep them happy).
A Witchy Reading Series
Saturday, October 17 | 6:30 PM
at The Ninth House
Weird Sister brings together writers who blur the lines between poem and spell, story and enchantment. Writers who conjure worlds, create healing salves and love potions and dark elixirs with their words. Don your flying ointments and join us for a night of wicked revelry in written words. We are your Weird Sister. As we write it, so mote it be.
Connecting to Canine Companions
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at The Ninth House
This workshop will blend canine behavior theory, meditation & mindfulness practice, and spellwork, as we delve into the spiritual lessons of the dog. Learn how to connect with our oldest ally, canis lupus familiaris, and channel their energy for grounding, protection, and perception. As part of the class, participants will be led in a collar charm protection spell for their pets.
More information forthcoming.