Witches are having a pop culture moment, says everyone in the universe. Witches are currently more popular than Congress (but still less popular than dog poop, which is surprisingly well-regarded by Americans). NY Daily News wrote an article about the ubiquity of the witch, and, as a bonus, it sounds as though it may have been transcribed from the ramblings of a crone communing with the spirits. Flavorwire, too, is all over it. The New Inquiry has an entire issue devoted to the topic. Witches are the new vampires, the rabid hoards have decreed, cradling vials of mugwort and embracing sisterhood all the while (sorry, mermaids, but literally no one believed in you if that's any consolation).
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