Rabbits, Witches, Updike, Bitches

Hi all! I was a little burned out—100K words' worth burned, let's say—on YA for a Fine Lines, and my Shelf Pleasuring transmuted itself into a work on the sequel without my doing. But no matter! There is still much more YA to be had. To be updated on the book and to see the cover, you can subscribe to the mailing list » 11/21/08 3:00pm 11/21/08 3:00pm

John Updike has written a sequel to the Witches of Eastwick » 10/20/08 4:20pm 10/20/08 4:20pm, the , both of which are written from the perspective of three women, whom 's Emily Nussbaum describes as "a coven of divorced mothers in a small New England town." Nussbaum is disappointed with , as she finds it unsympathetically misogynistic. "Updike’s awed…