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Witches, Magicians, and Pagans in Current Fiction
« on: January 25, 2014, 11:48:44 AM »
Witches, Magicians, and Pagans in Current Fiction -- Are witches the "next big thing"? Juliet Blackwell has a Witchcraft Mystery Series where the protagonist is a supernatural witch with powers, but also relies on the aid of what we would recognize as modern pagans and witches. Other witch series include the Modern Witch Series by Debora Geary, the Cousins O'Dwyer Trilogy by Nora Roberts, the All Souls Series (A Discovery of Witches) by Deborah Harkness, and City of Dark Magic and City of Lost Dreams by Magnus Flyte. What other books on witchcraft or ceremonial magick are surfacing? Are we seeing a revival?I just posted the final part of Inanna Arthen's talk on vampires. You can listen to it here at