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Jennifer Lane

Jennifer Lane is an author and freelance nature writer. She has written for a broad range of outlets including the Observer, British Vogue, The Week, Dazed, the BBC, The Wildlife Trusts and the RSPB, and she won a Northern Writers’ Award for her children’s fiction, which looks at destigmatising mental health issues for a younger audience.

Jennifer discovered the legend of the Pendle witches at a young age while exploring the moors of Lancashire and became fascinated by all things mystical. She is now a hiker, yogi and shamanic practitioner. 

Her first two books for adults, The Wheel: A Witch’s Path Back to the Ancient Self (2021) and The Witch's Survival Guide: Spells for Healing from Stress and Burnout (2023), were published by September Publishing. She also writes YA fiction: her debut, The Black Air, came out in 2023 and was followed in 2024 by The Second-Hand Boy (both published by UCLan Publishing).