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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.  426 more words


Roses Have Great Lips

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


Bran's Business

Bran’s Business

Bran, stretching himself across the river,
his head on one bank, his feet on the other,
said: Who is the god who is older than the bridge! 572 more words


Marrying the land: how we broke the ancient bargain

The native pre-Christian mythology of the Celtic nations which stretch along the Western Atlantic seaboard of Europe is highly woman-centred. In our oldest stories, the creative, generative essence of the universe was female, not male; women represented the spiritual and moral axis of the world, and the power of men was predominantly social. 961 more words

Listening To The Land's Dreaming

Here There Be Witches

Happy Halloween my lovelies, I hope you all have a fun-filled, candy-strewn, and above-all safe holiday! Remember to keep an eye out for the impossible and eerily unexplainable because tonight magic is most definitely real and the Faeries will be a-roaming! 8 more words


"A Monstrous Hell-bride”; the Mother Goddess of Northern Europe - Part 2

In Part 1 of this post, I looked at the relationship between various Germanic goddesses like Frejya and Gefion and compared them to the mother goddess Nerthus mentioned by Tacitus and even Grendel’s mother in the poem… 926 more words

Published Work



Moonbeams caress bare shoulders,

Pale hands raised skyward,

Evoking ancient voices. 8 more words