I’m so happy to share that I’ll be returning to Doxacon this November to present “Will the Fairies be Redeemed?” … More Return to Doxacon
William Butler Yeats calls the fair folk the Untiring Ones. Read more about the passionate, unambivalent fey here. From William Butler Yeats, The Celtic Twilight.
“If we could love and hate with as good heart as the faeries do, we might grow to be long-lived like them.” … More The Untiring Ones
The Irish believe that the fairies are the fallen angels who were cast down by the Lord God out of heaven for their sinful pride. And some fell into the sea, and some on the dry land, and some fell deep down into hell, and the devil gives to these knowledge and power, and sends … More God Preserve Me From the Children of Pride
Both St. Patrick and Fionn mac Cumhail prophesied about St. Kevin!
A poem by the author. … More St. Kevin of Glendalough
“I wondered what his name was, for I was certain he had one now, certain he’d arrived somewhere he belonged.” … More We Are Shelter Pets, Looking For a Home
“Citizens of Russia, how is your blockade of Mariupol different from the blockade of Leningrad during World War II?” — Volodymyr Zelensky … More Books Are Siege Weapons
Everyone in the Snow Kingdom fears the trolls and their black dragon-drawn carriages. . . … More Winter Secrets [BOOK REVIEW]
About fifteen years ago we went to a Talk Like a Pirate Day festival at a local museum (September 19). The museum hosted a Pirate Trivia Contest. Our team won. The prize, a pirate costume, was a flimsy one-size-fits-most Halloweenish coverall and an enviable plush tricorn hat. Best of all was bragging rights. … More Jean Laffite: Privateer, Pirate, Gentleman, Hero [BOOK REVIEW]
A missing girl, immortalized as Little Girl With Popsicle.
A misfit loner, suspected of the crime.
The girl’s older sister still looks for her eleven years later.
… More A Must-Read; Anything But Needless [BOOK REVIEW]