Stacy Schiff

Pulitzer Prize-winning author and biographer

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Pulitzer Prize-winning author and biographer

Stacy Schiff on KCRW

In 1692, the Massachusetts Bay Colony executed 14 women, five men, and two dogs for witchcraft. That's the first sentence of Stacy Schiff's new book,  The Witches: Salem, 1692 .

'The Witches: Salem, 1692'

In 1692, the Massachusetts Bay Colony executed 14 women, five men, and two dogs for witchcraft. That's the first sentence of Stacy Schiff's new book, The Witches: Salem, 1692 .

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