'The New Generation Witches is the first book devoted exclusively to the topic, and the collection includes not just academic studies of teen Neo-Pagan practices but also the voices of young Neo-Pagans themselves. [...] this book constitutes a much-needed study of teen Neo-Paganism and is a valuable contribution to the ongoing discussion of young people's spirituality.' Jeunesse
About the Author
Hannah E. Johnston is Associate Lecturer in the Communications Department at Curry College, USA. She has written previously under her maiden name of Sanders. She facilitated the UK's first teenage Witchcraft research and networking website, witchwords.net, and her doctoral thesis in Cultural Studies from Norwich School of Art and Design, investigated the rise of contemporary teenage Witchcraft in the UK. Peg Aloi is Adjunct Professor in Visual and Media Arts at Emerson College, USA. Peg is a co-founder and the Media Coordinator of The Witches' Voice, Inc. She is a freelance film critic for the Boston Phoenix, and teaches film studies at Emerson College. Her academic research in paganism studies connects many disciplines, including literature, cinema, theatre, popular culture and Celtic Studies. She has won the Morris Cup for Poetry at the Gorseth Kernow in Cornwall and is currently editing and/or contributing to a number of academic anthologies of essays on Pagan topics.