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Steampunk Enchantment and Glamourie

Glamour is traditionally a faery magic. The ability to make something look like something else, to make something more beautiful, or ugly, is a handy skill for hiding something, or testing someone. 359 more words


Faery goats

I could have chosen quite a number of beasts, but I have a decades old affection for goats.  I’ve never yet owned or cared for one of the creatures, but I’ve always wanted to and I’ve not given up my aspirations yet! 331 more words

Anna's Hope

“In the beginning, when Creation was young, humans, faeries, animals, trees and rocks, we all spoke the same language,” said the fair-haired faerie woman named Anna, her mist gray eyes gazing back into the past. 141 more words

Smith of Wootton Major

This story grew out of a foreword to George McDonald’s story “The Golden Key”. Tolkien intended to explain the concept of “fairy” and ended up creating a story. 678 more words

Tolkien's Short Stories

Faery Doors

Waking the trails in Frick Park, I often come upon Faery dwellings…some Fae-touched soul likes to build them near the sides of the trails, and often little gifts are left behind the doors: magic wands, bits of magical earth-stuff, etc. 27 more words


Fantasy Artist Portrait: Josephine Wall | Tales from the Fairies

Josephine Wall is my favorite Fantasy Artist. I discovered her work in a little Fairy Shop in Galway, Ireland, when I bought a greeting card with my star sign, Pisces, on it, and Josephine Wall was… 10 more words


The Faery and the Frogs - myth making on Pendle Hill

Lancashire, driving roughly north and east along the A59, in the vicinity of Whalley. It’s a fast road, whisking you towards Clitheroe, then beyond to Gisburn and the Dales. 979 more words