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Song of the Sea

Beautifully hand drawn with an art style concerned more with expressionism than realism, Song of the Sea defies many of the trends prevailing in animation today. 514 more words


"Once upon a time..." or something like that

Today when one of my lecturer’s power points malfunctioned, he said, in jest, “must have been the fairies.” It was appropriate for the topic, as we were about to start our first lecture on folklore in Celtic Mythology, Folklore and Religion (the first 6 weeks were focused on mythology), but it launched us into our discussion on folklore, what is its at a very basic level, and why should we care about it. 502 more words


Morgan Daimler: Fairy Witchcraft

Sometimes there are authors that as a reader, you just instantly connect with. Their words resonate with something deep within, and as you hop the stepping stones from page to page it is your own river you are crossing. 266 more words

Haiku for Lugh

Bright poke in the eye

From Lugh, golden in the blue;

I reflect, moon like.

"Animals & Archetypes" October 11-16th 2015

I am very pleased to announce news of a special Shamanism Embodied event with Jayne Johnson to be hosted by Walkinginspirit in Somiedo Natural Park, Asturias, Spain in the Autumn of 2015. 221 more words


Now Available in the FriesenPress Bookstore!

The Storyteller’s Daughter: Where the Story Begins is now available through the FriesenPress bookstore in hardcover, paperback, and ebook forms. Other venues/channels soon to follow!

Footsteps In The Sand - CD Album Launch

Proud to announce my new CD album ‘Footsteps In The Sand’ is now available in physical hard-copy from:




Listen to the album for free: 20 more words