Literary Witches, From Angela Carter to Zora Neale Hurston

Celebrating the Radical Creativity of Five Beloved Writers

October 31, 2017  By Taisia Kitaiskaia and Katy Horan

The following is excerpted from Literary Witches, an illustrated celebration of the radical creativity, originality, and empowerment of beloved witchy writers.

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· Angela Carter ·

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· Eileen Chang ·eileen chang literary witch

· Sandra Cisneros ·sandra cisneros literary witch

· Zora Neale Hurston ·zora neale hurston literary witch

· Sylvia Plath ·syliva plath literary witch



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From Literary Witches by Taisia Kitaiskia, illustrated by Katy Horan, courtesy of Seal Press. Copyright 2017.

Taisia Kitaiskia and Katy Horan
Taisia Kitaiskaia and Katy Horan
Taisia Kitaiskaia is an author and poet whose work has been published in Guernia, Cimarron Review, and other literary journals, as well as popular sites like The Hairpin, Jezebel, and Electric Literature. Born in Siberia but raised in the U.S., she lives in Austin, Texas. Katy Horan is an artist whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. A 2003 graduate of RISD, she also lives in Austin.

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