Books and stories about witches and magic rarely fail to cast a spell.
New England’s witch history has inspired countless works of fiction and non-fiction, as well as films and television series like the WGN America’s “Salem,” which broadcasts its season 2 premier this Sunday night, April 5.
by all the hubbub going on around the start of Salem’s 13 episodes of
“Witch Wars,” we at Literary New England decided to host a 5-day
Witch-A-Thon, featuring witch-related book giveaways, author interviews,
reading lists, feature authors and more!
Several times a day
between now and Sunday, we’ll post witchy articles, photos and lots of
other New England witch-inspired content, so check back often!
On Twitter, @LitNewEngland and Literary New England Radio Show host @WriterCindyWB
will also post favorite #witchquotes from #witchbooks and authors who,
like us, are drawn to all things related to witches and Salem … though
as one of our upcoming articles will explain, Salem wasn’t the only New
England village to experience a witch panic. In fact, Salem wasn’t even
More to come later. Stay tuned and become part of our
#WitchAThon by spreading the word! If you haven’t got a broom, use
Twitter, Facebook or maybe even send your familiar 🙂