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Nature knows nature - coming home to your Self in the natural world

The few remaining wild places of our beautiful planet exact such a magnetic pull that, clearly, the resonant connection between human nature and nature at large remains undiminished no matter how overlain with mental constructions is has become. 152 more words


Celtic Myths, History and Spirituality - Where DO you start?

It’s a good question and one that isn’t easy to answer. After all, the word Celtic has so many feelings and emotions attached to it that what it is being used to mean and encompass can vary from person to person, never mind the fact that most historians don’t agree on what it should cover. 1,558 more words


Exploring our Stories

Just in time for the new year I published a new paper on Academia. It is entitled Exploring Our Stories: The Tuatha de Danaan. It is an exploration of the biblical origins of the Danaan, and their role within the Irish Mythological record. 16 more words


Celtic Mythology Short Story Competition,

There’s a new wave of Irish/Celtic authors out there, writers ready to draw on their cultural heritage to create a rich and compelling portfolio of new works. 611 more words


When the Greatest Is the Smallest — Features from Atonement, TN

It’s My 3rd Blogiversary!

The second day of December marked the third anniversary of this blog.  Like some other things, to me it doesn’t seem nearly that long — yet it also feels like something I’ve always done. 771 more words

Teagan Riordain Geneviene

New Release! Short Story Collection

I’m excited to announce the release of Tales of Feyland and Faerie!

This collection (around 260 pages) includes eight tales of Faerie magic and adventure, spanning the centuries from Ancient Ireland to a near-distant future.  401 more words


Roses Have Great Lips

These are the lips of the sun. Look at them reach across the span of the year.