Witch Week 2016: Made in America

I feel like such a dope--I've been kind of behind in the blogging and failed to do a post on Witch Week 2016 when I should have, but there's still time!

Lory, our wonderful hostess, has chosen to do a "Made in America" theme this year.  She's got some goodies planned, like an interview with Kat Howard (author of Roses and Rot), a Top Ten, a discussion of Oz, some talk about Neil Gaiman and American Gods, and all sorts of things.

And I'm especially excited about the readalong, which will be Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes, possibly the iconic Halloween classic.  I've already put my copy on hold!  The discussion will be on November 5.

I hope you'll join Lory, and me, and quite a few others in reading and discussing some great fantasy during Witch Week.  (If you're not familiar with the term, Witch Week is the week between Halloween and Guy Fawkes, referenced in Diana Wynne Jones' wonderful Witch Week.)


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