Tag Archives: Sylvia Townsend Warner

The Witch Within

Lately I’ve been thinking about becoming a witch. After the overwhelming male mortality of WWI, England had a big problem—too many women and not enough men. Women were obligated to fiercely compete for the men still around. If you weren’t … Continue reading

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Bewitched

It was hot and my thoughts were drowning in sweat. Listless, I decided to try resuscitating myself in the kiddie pool. Instead, I fell asleep and entered a densely populated dream world. That’s where I met Lolly Willows. Lolly was … Continue reading

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