1. Introduction 2. What Is A Witch? 3. Witch Quiz/Witch Lexicon 4. Witch Slut Are You? The Medieval To The Modern 5. Art Witch 6. The Midwife 7. Political Witch 8. Tricks of the Tongue: Language As Spell 9. #SolidarityIsForWhiteWitches 10. Salem's Legacy 11. Sex Witch: Broomsticks To Chakrubs 12. The Spell of Seduction: Sex Work & The Sacred Whore 13. Queer Witch 14. Undressing The Witch: Fashion & Film 15. Selling Out The Witch 16. The Feminine Mystic: Pagan Practitioners 17. Tech Witch: The Digital Mystical 18. Conclusion
Author has published in and contact with editors at BUST Magazine, Bitch Magazine, The Huffington Post, Vice/Broadly, Lenny Letter, Rookie BUST Magazine is already slated to publish an excerpt in October, and Bustle has expressed an interest as well. Galleys/e-galleys sent to national media outlets, trade publications, and adult and men's lifestyle websites and reviewers. Social Media campaign focused on excerpts from the book, mentions on Reddit, BuzzFeed, Vice.com, and LGBT focused forums. Giveaways with Goodreads, prizes
Kristen J. Sollee teaches undergraduate gender studies courses at The New School and is the founding editrix of Slutist, an award-winning sex positive feminist website. Her popular Legacy of the Witch charity festival in Brooklyn honors the witch as an icon of female power and persecution through music, art and burlesque.
"A whirlwind history of the witch in America and her shared history with sexually liberated women and radical liberationary politics." - Kim Kelly, The Guardian "A Must-Read...If you're looking for a thoughtful, informed look at the origins of European witchood and slutdom from past to present, then you have stuck gold with Witches, Sluts, Feminists." - Jessica Reidy, BUST "Part history, part compendium, part feminist grimoire" - Dianca London Potts, NYLON "This accessible guide is engrossing and succinct. Each chapter is only a few pages, but don't let the slimness of the volume fool you. There are no wasted words, for words have intentions, as we well know, and Sollee provides informative background information in each chapter, slowly building on the history of witches, sex positivity, and feminism." - Nicole Moore, Dear Darkling