Where They May Be Found: Ceridwen

We living feast relentlessly on the dead, and love is a kind of death–is death a kind of love? The Fourth in the Series “Where They May Be Found”: This one, Ceridwen, goddess of inspiration and death. [Read more…]

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Where They May Be Found: Cernunnos

Finding gods you know in places is one thing, but helping someone find a god you don’t know is another. [Read more…]

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Where They May Be Found: Arianrhod

The second in a five-part series on where I’ve met the gods. Part Two: Arianrhod. [Read more…]

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Where They May Be Found: Brân

The first in a five-part series on where I’ve met the gods. Part One: Bran The Blessed. [Read more…]

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Fare Forward, Travelers…

At some point, my life became a story. Gods showed up, magic became the everyday, and I had a journey to make across the ocean, a pilgrimage to holy wells and druid mountains, walled cities and cobbled alleys, all to learn the meaning of the stories that were becoming my life. And it’s still happening. [Read more…]

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What I Know of a Creek

On the Amazon Creek in Eugene, Oregon: “I don’t understand this creek, actually. Mostly, I just feed the crows. They seem to search me, to see if I’ll ever learn the creek’s name.” [Read more…]

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The Dance of Desire and Delight

Those of you reading this who also write may understand, perhaps agree or disagree, but it seems to me there exists an often difficult and fascinating conflict between the voice of narration and the body of experience. [Read more…]

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