Join us this February to celebrate the new novel from Scotland's very own Kirsty Logan. Following up 2019's profoundly eerie _Things We Say in the Dark_, _Now She Is Witch_ conjures a world of violence and beauty - a world where women grasp at power through witchcraft, sexuality and performance, and most of all through throwing each other to the wolves.
_SHE DUG HER MOTHER’S GRAVE IN THE POISON GARDEN SO IT WOULD STAY HIDDEN…_
From the snowy winter woods to the bright midnight sun; from lost and powerless to finding your path, _Now She is Witch_ conjures a world of violence and beauty - a world where women grasp at power through witchcraft, sexuality and performance, and most of all through throwing each other to the wolves.
Lux has lost everything when Else finds her, alone in the woods. Her family, her lover, her home - all burned. The world is suspicious of women like her. But Lux is cunning; she knows how to exploit people’s expectations, how to blend into the background. And she knows a lot about poisons.
Else has not found Lux by accident. She needs her help to seek revenge against the man who wronged her, and together they pursue him north. But on their hunt they will uncover dark secrets that entangle them with dangerous adversaries.
THIS IS A WITCH STORY UNLIKE ANY OTHER.
KIRSTY LOGAN is a professional daydreamer. Her first story collection, _The Rental Heart and Other Fairytales_, won the Scott Prize, the Polari First Book Prize and the Saboteur Award. Her first novel, _The Gracekeepers_, won a Lambda Literary Award and was selected for the Radio 2 Book Club and the Waterstones Book Club. _A Portable Shelter_ won the Gavin Wallace Fellowship and _Things_ _We Say in the Dark_, a collection of feminist horror stories, was optioned for TV. Her short fiction and poetry have been translated into Japanese, Spanish, Italian and Chinese, adapted for stage, recorded for radio and exhibited in galleries. She lives in Glasgow with her family.
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