(RNS) — New York-based writer Jaya Saxena isn’t Wiccan. She’s no pagan, either. She grew up with a Hindu grandmother, attended a Quaker high school and has Jewish in-laws, but isn’t at all religious herself.

Jaya Saxena is not a witch.

So how did she end up publishing a guide to modern witchcraft?

“We see ourselves as continuing a long line of unruly women,” Saxena explained.

Quirk Books

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She and her “Basic Witches” co-author, Jess Zimmerman (an atheist who doesn’t believe in the occult or mysticism), aim to arm women – ordinary women who may

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