Most people think witches are old and ugly - but ANITA isn't.
ANITA doesn't cackle and hiss as she works dark curses, either. Oh, she casts witch's spells and incantations, but not the usual kind.
ANITA's main interest is boys, just like any other girl her age. And she doesn't really need things like love potions - not with her face and figure.
But ANITA is a witch, and she's young and a little reckless. Which means she sometimes makes mistakes (usually with boys), and when she does... all Hell might break loose....
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About the Author
Keith Roberts was an English author and illustrator, who did more than most to define the look of UK Science fiction magazines in the sixties. He won four BFSA awards for his writing and his art, and edited the magazine Science Fantasy (later Impulse) for a time. He was also nominated for Hugo, Nebula (twice) and Arthur C. Clarke awards. He is perhaps best known for his seminal alternative history novel, Pavane, praised by George R. R. Martin: "No alternate history novel of the past thirty years comes close to equalling Pavane".
For more information see www.sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/roberts_keith