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The Witch Wave
The Witch Wave is a podcast for bewitching conversation about magic, creativity, and culture. On each episode, host Pam Grossman speaks with a leading visionary about art and Craft.
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4.9 stars from 1,153 ratings
Soooo Magical
I love Pam’s voice and the way she engages guests. She is so smart and thoughtful and I always enjoy the topics. Listening to this podcast will open you up to so many other magical happenings in our world.
Hxhsjhva via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/24/19
This Podcast is Magical
I love Pam’s soothing warm voice. Her discussions and interviews are reflective of her thoughtful writing. Episodes are clearly well planned but also flow through interesting topics fluidly. I’ve learned more about what I love and found more to love. Thanks to Pam and her team for this amazing...Read full review »
Katie Newms via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/12/19
long time obsession
Thank you Pam for spotlighting such amazing beings and for writing Waking the Witch (must read). I look forward to every release and devour the episodes immediately. Witches are the future!!!!
doohdahday via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/11/19
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