Ann-Marie Gallagher

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Ann-Marie Gallagher is an author, historian, feminist, witch, and a senior lecturer at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) in England. She has written extensively on her subjects, and appears often on British radio. For years she has been practising, teaching, and broadcasting on witchcraft, Pagan and goddess spirituality, women's studies, magic, gender, and folklore. Her books include Inner Magic: A Guide to Witchcraft, The Way of the Goddess and The Spells Bible: The Definitive Guide to Charms and Enchantments. She is course leader for Sociology at UCLan [1] in Preston, England. She is married and has three children, and lives in Lancashire, England with her husband.

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  • Daughters of the Goddess: Studies of Healing, Identity, and Empowerment by Wendy Griffin (1999) SAGE Publications Ltd ISBN 0-7619-4831-7

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