Raven and Rogue was founded by Pamela and Courtney, a genderqueer married couple from the Midwest. Pamela was raised in a pagan household, while Courtney found an appreciation for the occult in her teens. As they have come to understand spirituality through their own independent lenses, they realized how the esoteric world can be hard to access for beginners and neurodivergent individuals.
Their first self-published title, the Tarotorial® Tarot Training Deck, has helped thousands of beginners connect to the energy and magic of Tarot and guided them through the basics of interpretation.
Today, they devote their time to creating spiritual tools to help beginners and those with neurodivergence expand their spiritual practices.
Pamela Coe is a Creative Director, award-winning designer, and bestselling author who passionately advocates for Neurodiversity, gender nonconformity, and disability advocacy in spirituality. She's a 30+ year Romani practitioner of the craft. After suffering an ischemic stroke at 36, Pamela discovered that design was integral to her recovery. Through the suggestion of her physical therapist, she incorporated the creation of the Tarotorial® deck into her rehabilitation exercises. After three (long!) months, she not only regained dexterity and feeling on her stroke-affected side but also created a training tool to help people of all experience levels learn to read Tarot more intuitively.
Courtney worked as an ASE Certified Master Technician in vintage automotive restoration, having worked on an extensive portfolio of classic and collector cars. She left the industry in 2020 to partner with her wife, Pamela, at Raven and Rogue. Courtney is a transgender woman, and advocates for gender rights and inclusivity. She's the resident shop MacGyver (seriously, she can build ANYTHING!) and handles all of the logistics and business operations at R+R.