In November Anna published a book of essays entitled Scrappy Little Nobody, in which she writes about everything from her middle-class upbringing to the various movies that have made her a household name.
Satanists do not worship an Antichrist, or any other deity.
Rather, Satanism preaches independent thought and using evidence-based science as a basis for understanding the world, and views Satan as a literary figure representing an eternal struggle against authoritarianism.
Members caused controversy in Oklahoma City when they unsuccessfully lobbied for a bronze statue of Baphomet — a winged figure with the head of a goat and body of a human — to be displayed next to a Ten Commandments monument on state capitol grounds.
The Ten Commandments statue was removed after the state Supreme Court last year ruled a religious sculpture cannot be displayed on government property.
The world heritage committee of Unesco, the UN's cultural organisation, agreed at a meeting in Finland to add the mills to its list after they were promoted as candidates with the backing of the British Government.
(Hitherto Britain has had only two industrial world heritage sites, Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire and Blaenavon industrial landscape in Wales).
The findings, which only emerged this week, mark this ancient town on the far fringes of the Peak District out as the Satanic capital of England and Wales.
A total of 1,893 people chose Satanism as their religion in the 2011 census.
They now join the Devon and East Dorset coast, the so-called "Jurassic Coast" outstanding for its geology and its fossils, which was granted world heritage designation on Thursday.
The Arts minister Baroness Blackstone said: "The sites are outstanding examples of our industrial heritage, illustrating the tremendous contribution Britain made to the industrialisation of the world during the 18th and 19th centuries."The story began in Derbyshire, when Richard Arkwright set up shop at Cromford in the Derwent valley in 1771 with his spinning jenny, a revolutionary machine, powered by water, that could spin cotton.
The visionary poet and artist might have to accept, if he came back today, that time has softened the satanic edges of these remarkable buildings, and a post-modern world now views them with approval as the pioneering temples of industrialism, all of which spawned tightly knit communities.