Sasha Graham, author of Llewellyn’s Tarot Diva, 365 Tarot Spreads, 365 Tarot Spells, and the forthcoming Practical Magic of a Tarot Practice (2021), served as editor and writer of Lo Scarabeo’s Tarot Series; Tarot Fundamentals, TarotExperience, and Tarot Compendium.
Graham is founder of the Tarot Outreach Program, a first of its kind workshop for New York City’s at-risk youth. The program uses tarot and symbol as a tool to nurture a sense of personal worth by encouraging students to listen to their inner voice and restore a sense of trust in themselves and their intuition. Sasha worked with young adults who were transitioning out of the foster care system and into independent living.
Graham has been featured in The New York Times, The New York Post, Inside Edition, Sirius XM, and she was the first tarot reader to ever be featured in the cover of Crain’s New York Business. She appeared as a regular guest on the WPIX Channel 11 Morning News and wrote a weekly Tarot column for Marie Claire. She also partnered with Heyou Media to create and host The Enchanted Kitchen, a 6-episode short form cooking series for Youtube and Heyou’s Mobile. Mini. Movies.
Graham conceived and produced tarot events at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Morgan Library. She brought the tarot community behind the scenes with curators and educators. Rare Visconti, Marseille and Minchiate cards along with uncut Italian card sheets were unveiled. These treasures, previously shuttered in museum archives and unavailable to the public were examined and considered in a modern context.
Sasha Graham's tarot decks include The Haunted House Tarot and her second, The Dark Wood Tarot, will be released by Llewellyn in 2020. She is a contributing author of Llewellyn’s Magical Almanac (2020, 2021) and Llewellyn’s Witches’ Calendar (2021)