From Pamela Reynold’s article for WBUR:

In a series of portraits of modern-day witches, now on display as part of the exhibit “The Salem Witch Trials: Reckoning and Reclaiming” at the Peabody Essex Museum through March 20, Denny peers into a fascinating subculture that thrives today, but still often in the shadows and along the margins of acceptability. The portraits in the show are a small sampling of those appearing in Denny’s book “Major Arcana: Portraits of Witches in America,” published last year, featuring carefully composed photographs of a diverse group of women who are of varying ages, races and backgrounds.

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