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Book Review - Celtic Curse: Banshee by D.J. Doyle

The Celtic Curse: Banshee
D.J. Doyle
4 Stars

Gentle Readers, I know it has been some time since my last review. I have been terribly busy and I apologize for that. 199 more words

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Top 7 Irish Superheroes

By Ben Wright (@iamzavagno | www.xgeeks.co.uk)

To celebrate St Patrick’s Day, we have decided to honour and acknowledge the importance of Irish superheros within the the comic book world. 908 more words

Talking Point

Banshee lit mag

You have until 31 March 2017 to submit to issue 3 (Autumn/Winter 2017) of print journal Banshee. Submit up to 6 poems of no more than 40 lines each. More info here.

The weekly herding: the submission mission

The subject of this week’s herding is literary magazines – in particular, what to submit and how long to wait for a response before abandoning all hope. 879 more words

The Weekly Herding

Banshee Progress + Avengers

A nice small palette I said, which became eight colors somehow. I’m using Privateer Arcane Blue for the main body, with Privateer Pig Iron for some metallic bits high on the back and the mouth part of the mask, and my favorite Privateer paint: Brass Balls for weapons, gems, studs and mask bits. 303 more words


The Whispers

While walking on the streets,
She hears utter silence,
There’s rampaging in front of her,
But feels no violence,
She hears someone calling out,
But no one reaches out, 187 more words


"I see visions..."

Okay, let’s talk prophecy.  As in Prophecy Girl, a book I wrote some years back.  The origins of Prophecy Girl came about when I wanted to write a story about 1) banshees and 2) a “special” school for  198 more words