Friday 19 July 2019

News: Witchcraft, Magic, the Occult and Culture

Here is a round-up of recent news stories about witchcraft, magic, the occult and culture:

"Tate acquires art archive of Ithell Colquhoun, transferred by the National Trust" - WebWire press release:

"Tim Blanks: Why It's Time to Believe in Magic Again" - comment at

"Fife author to tell 'Weem Witch' story on BBC documentary" - story at Fife Today:

"On the Permeable Place between Science and the Supernatural" - story at PopMatters:

'Waking The Witch' Author Pam Grossman On Why Witches Are Having Such A Huge Cultural Moment" - story at Bustle:

"Woman who ‘married ghost of 300-year-old pirate’ says her beliefs are no different to believing in god" - story at the Independent:

"‘Joan of Arc in the English Imagination’: Girl, warrior, witch, myth, and more" - story at the Philadelphia Inquirer:

The picture top left shows a picture by Ithell Colquhoun, copyright National Trust.

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