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Between June and October 1962 in Salem, Massachusetts, 150 people were charged and 19 were convicted of witchcraft and hanged on Gallow’s Hill for refusing to plead guilty. The work…

These are the events we read in the news every day, but we so often forget about them. In this new collection by Windsor poet Mary Ann Mulhern, poetry is…

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Between June and October 1962 in Salem, Massachusetts, 150 people were charged and 19 were convicted of witchcraft and hanged on Gallow’s Hill for refusing to plead guilty. The work…

Mary Ann Mulhern spent eight years in convent. She entered a few years after teachers’ college. As a young teacher, she enjoyed wearing rich colors, especially red. When she returned…