Matt Beeson: Modern & Progressive Takes on Witchcraft & The Book of Witches

Matt Beeson is father to Brandon, husband to Nola; these are the things he knows for certain. He works as an engineer and primarily writes reports and the occasional technical paper (he even does some engineering from time to time). The Book of Witches is his first foray into fiction and he very much hopes... Continue Reading →

Garry Coulthard: Growing up with Pendle Hill & ‘The Book of Witches’

The legendary Garry Coulthard of grimgarry.com tells all about growing up near Pendle (not to mention his dalliances with real witches). He also discusses the researching and writing of his new story in The Book of Witches available through Amazon, Waterstones (soon), and all good retailers. Based in North West England, Garry has both a... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction: ‘Leaving Dreams’ by Cecilia Morales

Cecilia Morales is an El Salvador born writer based in Dubai. She writes short stories, love letters, blog posts, social media copy, and newsletters. Read her ambiguous and compelling flash fiction below, and be sure to check out her blog Notes from the metro here. Follow her on Twitter: @mulberryink. Leaving Dreams Written by Cecilia... Continue Reading →

Nadine Dalton-West & Isabella Hunter Discuss Folklore, Technology, and ‘The Book of Witches’

The Sin of Witchcraft. We read about it, we look on it from the outside; but we can hardly realize the terror it induced [...]Lois the Witch by Elizabeth Gaskell The paperback edition of The Book of Witches, a radical new anthology curated by none other than A J Dalton approaches (Kindle edition out now).... Continue Reading →

A J Dalton and Adam Lively Talk ‘The Book of Witches’

The Witch of Endor in the Bible is very far from being a negative figure, so why then have women and others been persecuted for witchcraft in the UK for centuries?A J Dalton provides us with answers in a gripping introduction. A J Dalton, best-selling novelist and creator of the metaphysical fantasy genre returns to discuss his... Continue Reading →

Introducing Something Wicked… ‘The Book of Witches’

Dedicated to every woman or person who has suffered persecution or demonization for who they are.The Book of Witches A group of researchers from Middlesex University, working with prize-winning creative writers from North West England, have produced this exciting new book that explores the history of witches in the UK, and what it is to... Continue Reading →

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