Fatal Fairy is a grimoire of etymological spells, tracing seven word pairings about alchemy and mysticism to their linguistic roots. Ten pages of botanical prints interleave text folios. Two talismans were hand drawn, converted to photopolymer, and printed with gold ink during December’s supermoon. The botanical prints are an alchemical process using earth, water, and fire to transfer the colorants from plants to paper. Fatal Fairy went through the press forty-one times using eighteen colors.