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Caryl Churchill, The Skriker, with Maxine Peake, Manchester Royal Exchange, 3 July 2015-1 August 2015

This performance of Caryl Churchill, The Skriker, with Maxine Peake looks fabulous; I’d not, I’m ashamed to admit, heard of this play before. Very appropriately, I’ve just finished my chapter on werewolf narratives, ‘”But by blood no wolf am I”: Language and Agency, Instinct and Essence – Transcending Antinomies in Maggie Stiefvater’s… 114 more words


Fairy Doors

You might have noticed an article that’s been doing the rounds concerning Fairy Doors that have been popping up in a wood in Somerset.

I have fairy door too. 72 more words

Three Fairies (2015)

1. Sugar Plum.
2. Tinkerbell.
3. Tooth.
The one to go-
And retrieve what
is under the pillow.



Good day! This is my obligatory first post for this new blog. I was keeping a health/fitness/no-waste blog for a few months, but after a while I could feel that I am very into cleaner living and my readership/community was epically small. 82 more words


The Somerset village that’s having to put a stop to more than 100 fairy doors appearing in the woods

Last year an entire fairy playground appeared, complete with 2ft-high slides and swings.

Adam Lusher

Wednesday 04 March 2015

For centuries they have lived unobtrusively at the bottom of the garden. 609 more words

Alt News

Preview of "Kate" Comic

Here’s a a little sequence from my upcoming comic, “Kate,” that I’m doing the art for (script by Chris Harper). It’s about a girl who gets kidnapped by fairies. 8 more words

Fairy Tale

Fairy Fire

So I just looked up exactly what Fairy Fire is, and quite contrary to my belief that it’s just a cutesy name for the sparkly chemtrails flying fairies leave in their wake (as well as the inspiration for these glittery nails, which use Candy Lacquer’s holographic Fairyland glitter topper), it’s actually a type of bioluminescence emitted by certain species of fungi found in decaying wood. 59 more words

Glitter Polish