Throughout history, witches have always enthralled us. Be they good witches or bad witches, ancient sorcerers or modern-day Wiccans, their aura of magic, nature, and power is irresistible. Here, some of the greatest authors of all time are gathered together to stir up a little trouble. These works of prose and poetry capture the witch in all her guises: wicked, empowering, romantic, and pagan.

Featuring: Erica Jong — Dean Koontz — Louise Erdrich — William Shakespeare — Ursula K. Le Guin —Harlan Ellison — Sir Arthur Conan Doyle— Shirley Jackson — W.B. Yeats — Brothers Grimm — Ben Franklin — Emily Brontė — Louisa May Alcott — Ray Bradbury — Anton Chekhov — Emily Dickinson— H.P. Lovecraft — Nathaniel Hawthorne —Ambrose Bierce — H.P. Blavatsky — Mary Coleridge— Rosemary Edgehill — P.N. Elrod — Anita Endrezze — Mary Wilkins Freeman —David Gerrold —M.V. Ingram — Mercedes Lackey — Cotton Mather— Charles Perrault — Kathryn Ptacek — Doreen Valiente —Evelyn Vaughn — Lady Wilde


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Witches' Brew
by Yvonne Jocks

Berkley Pub Group
October 1, 2002
ISBN #0425186091
336 pages
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