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Mystic-Ali: An Earthy Old Bawd!

This is me, Alienora, aged nearly fifty-nine! The lovely feathers, long since gone, were put in during the 2016 Glastonbury Frost Fayre and this photo taken soon afterwards, three weeks before I moved here permanently. 584 more words

Creative Writing

Painting the Enchantress: part 1

Stage snapshots of a gouache and pencil portrait of Morgan le Fay made as a study for a print in my Gawain and the Green Knight… 41 more words


The Cruel Thing About Love, it’s not Guaranteed Everyone Will Have It

The following is one of my favorite exchanges from my unpublished young adult fiction manuscript “The Knights With No Lords”. Here we find the 17-year-old Morgan sulking in the shadows as her secret love cavorts with the other lads down in the courtyard below. 1,505 more words

Food For Thought

Morgan le Fay: Evil Queen or Loving Sister? (Part 2)

Last week, we looked at the infamous “evil queen” of Arthurian literature, Morgan le Fay, and found that she’s too complicated of a character to warrant the stigma of pure evil. 1,247 more words


The Snake and the Mirror

Duel of Witches

Surveillance duty, Ceridwen decided, was tremendously dull.

The other witches of the gathering, Huldra, Hecate, and the rest of the malevolent brood, had oh so kindly decided that Ceridwen would be in charge of watching over the fledgling witch-girl Tegwen due to their relatively close proximity. 2,011 more words


The Prologue to Arthur's Bosom: The Children of Arthur, Book Five

Here’s a taste of the newest and final book in the Children of Arthur series – the Prologue. You can purchase Arthur’s Bosom at www.ChildrenofArthur.com… 1,897 more words

Arthurian Books

The Legend of Mabrien

The Bibliotheque Universelle des Romans mentions a MS of Mabrien in verse, but no trace of such a romance has been found. The surviving versions of the legend of Mabrien, grandson of Renaud of Montauban, are as follows: 1,603 more words

Legends Of Charlemagne