Corinne Boyer is a folk herbalist, teacher, and writer with a passion for traditions surrounding plants and folk magic. She has been studying and working with plants since 1998. She received her Bachelors of Science in 2003 in biomedical science (pre-med) with an emphasis on ethnobotany and plant toxicology. She studied with teachers and herbalists Carol Trasatto, Joyce Netishen and Trolldom practitioner Johannes Gardback of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Corinne teaches weekly classes out of her home with a focus on medicine making and the plant traditions of northern and western Europe and North America. She has been published in various journals with articles about plant lore, history and occult plant uses including The Cauldron, Clavis, and Wyrd. She has been featured in numerous anthologies, including for four years in the Verdant Gnosis, which is the collective book for the Viridis Genii Symposium.
Her published books include:
Under the Witching Tree, Troy Books, 2016
Plants of the Devil, Three Hands Press, 2017
Under the Bramble Arch, Troy Books, 2019
The Witches Cabinet- Plant Lore, Sorcery and Folk Tradition, Three Hands Press, 2021
Dream Divination Plants in Northwestern European Traditions, Three Hands Press, 2022
She lives with her family in the forests of the Pacific Northwest.