Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Witches by Donna Lynch Review

Steven Archer and Donna Lynch collaborate once again for a collection of illustrated poems and short stories about witches—some familiar and some secret; some based in history and lore, and some manifested directly from the minds of their creators. This 7″ by 10″, full-color art book includes more than 30 poems and paintings and is the sequel to Daughters of Lilith, their collaborative work released in 2010.

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Emily, Toni and Tracy have read Witches, this is what they have to say!

Emily’s Teaser Review

It’s entertaining as a whole, and I loved that it was mainly focused on women.

Click here to see the full review on Emily’s Goodreads

Toni’s Teaser Review

The poetry was viscera and I loved the history that was sprinkled throughout like little gifts.

Click here to see the full review on The Misadventures of a Reader

Tracy’s Teaser Review

Each one of these poems highlights a famous witch throughout history.

Click here to see the full review on Tracy’s Goodreads

About Donna Lynch

Donna Lynch is a novelist, poet, and musician currently living in Maryland. She is the co-founder along with her husband, artist and musician Steven Archer, of the industrial/ darkwave band Ego Likeness. 

Her first novel ‘Isabel Burning‘ was published in 2008 by Raw Dog Screaming Press, and her other written works include the poetry collections ‘In My Mouth‘ (2000) ‘Ladies & Other Vicious Creatures‘ (2007), and ‘Daughters of Lilith‘ (2010); a novella, ‘Driving Through the Desert‘ (Thunderstorm Books 2012), as well as several short stories.
‘Isabel Burning’ will be republished in German through Voodoo Press (EU) in the winter of 2012, and her second novel, the prequel to ‘Isabel Burning’, ‘Red Horses‘ (RDSP) will be released in the US in early 2013. She is an active member of The Horror Writers Association.

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