The Book of Celtic Verse: A Treasury of Poetry, Dreams & Visions
His selection reflects aspects of the Celtic tradition that are unique to these people: a love of nature, courage and the rich heritage of myth, legend, magic, and the spirituality that is among the finest in the world.
He has devoted much of the past forty years to the study of Arthurian traditions and myth in general. Customer Reviews Average Review. See All Customer Reviews. For more about her work, including her Edda-Earth novels, please see edda-earth. He teaches at Western Washington University. Their chapbook Mythology was released in with The Steel Chisel.
Evelyn pron. Visit them at evedeshane. Flash fiction collected in How to Sing Butterflies. Ashley Dioses is a writer of dark poetry and fiction from southern California. Her debut collection of dark traditional poetry, Diary of a Sorceress, was published by Hippocampus Press in Issue 19 Issue He moved to Australia in , becoming a citizen in He is a recipient of the Advance Australia Award. He has had poetry published or forthcoming in Meanjin, Quadrant , Cordite, and Island. See joedolce. Winner of the the John Donald Robb Prize for Composition, he has worked with dancers, choreographers and poets in the Albuquerque area and has set numerous poems to music, including a few of his own.
Jane Dougherty lives and works in southwest France. Her poems and stories have been published in magazines and journals including Ogham Stone, Hedgerow Journal, Tuck Magazine, ink sweat and tears, Eye to the Telescope, the Drabble and the Ekphrastic Review. Jessica Drake-Thomas is a vagabond, tarot reader, aspiring food blogger, and former college professor.
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She has a penchant for black nail polish and horror films. She currently lives with her hellhound in the mountains. She has an M. She is the author of the chapbook Possession dancing girl press. Linsey Duncan lives in Denver with her husband and lots of words, all of which are inappropriate. Born in Chicago, raised in Paris, and currently living in California, A.
Issue 5. Marchell Dyon is a disabled poet. She believes her disability has inspired her creative spark.
She is from Chicago, Illinois. Edwards is a Texan currently residing in California. He enjoys dark fiction, dark verse and darker beer.
His poetry and fiction has appeared in Weirdbook, Turn to Ash , and many more anthologies and magazines. Find out more at beritellingsen. Phillip A. Ellis is a freelance critic, poet and scholar. He is working on a collection for Diminuendo Press. Another has been accepted by Hippocampus Press.
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He is the editor of Melaleuca. More at phillipaellis. Issue 6 Issue 8. Issue 4. He has also received two Rhysling Awards in the long-poem category for collaborations with David C. He is a four-time nominee for the Rhysling Award. His fourth chapbook of verse, Ghosts of the Sand, will appear next year from Rainfall Books in England. Issue 6. David Feela has authored a prize-winning chapbook, Thought Experiments, and a full length poetry collection, The Home Atlas.
Lucy Ann Fiorini is a writer based in Washington, D. She holds a B. A in English, a B. She currently writes mysteries, historical fiction, and poetry. Catherine Fitchett is a Christchurch poet who works in accounts. She has previously had work published in Takahe, the Press Christchurch , online at Blackmail Press and in various anthologies. Julie Fitzpatrick is a recently retired elementary school teacher who is delightedly dabbling in everything from poetry-writing to pocket billiard competitions, to Arbonne parties. Although her husband has shown irritation regarding the diminished time she seems to have available—now that retirement has removed the anchor of her classroom responsibilities—Julie feels like every day is an opportunity to spread new wings and sing loudly.
On her 30th birthday in , she decided to gather the stars from the dark jungle that is her brain and stop procrastinating, already. Her lit bio is an expectant, slavering beast, deprived too long and waiting to be fed. Michael R. Fosburg lives and writes in Florida. Robert Frazier lives on Nantucket Island and works as the curator of exhibitions for the Artists Association of Nantucket.
Issue 24 Issue Janis Freegard was born in England, but has lived in New Zealand most of her life. She lives in Wellington with an historian and a cat and blogs at janisfreegard.
The Book of Celtic Verse: A Treasury of Poetry, Dreams & Visions
Nina Freeman writes poetry about space, sierpinski triangles, parties and growing up on the beach. Peter Friend has sold fiction to numerous magazines and anthologies around the world.
Joshua Gage is an ornery curmudgeon from Cleveland, His first full-length collection, breaths , is available from VanZeno Press. Intrinsic Night , a collaborative project he wrote with J. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from Naropa University and a penchant for Pendleton shirts, rye whiskey and any poem strong enough to yank the breath out of his lungs.
He stomps around Cleveland in a purple bathrobe where he hosts the monthly Deep Cleveland Poetry hour and enjoys the beer at Brew Kettle.
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Her website is webbish6. Twitter and Instagram: webbish6. Issue 3 Issue 18 Issue 29 Issue Maria Grech Ganado b. Maria has translated into English much of the contemporary poetry and prose written by Maltese writers today and published overseas. Gardner is a two-time third-place winner in the Rhysling Awards and a third-place winner in the Balticon Poetry Contest.
The Book of Celtic Verse: A Treasury of Poetry, Dreams and Visions
She lives and writes under her middle name to honor her father, mentor, and namesake, Delbert R. Gardner, for whom she serves as literary executor. Issue 13 Issue 16 Issue Jean-Paul Garnier is an audio technician currently living in Los Angeles. He also has several stories coming out this year in anthologies published by Horrified Press. Brian Garrison lives in Portland, OR, where he writes poetry, runs errands for the silly poetry journal, Parody , and sometimes does other stuff too.
He has also served on the editorial staff of Strange Horizons, a weekly professional speculative fiction magazine, and the staff of the Speculative Literature Foundation, a grantmaking organization supporting emerging and established writers and small presses working in the genre. Her poetry and reviews appear widely in literary journals. Emma J.
Gibbon is originally from Yorkshire and now lives in Maine. She has forthcoming poems in Strange Horizons, Kaleidotrope and Liminality. Emma lives in the woods with her husband, Steve, and three exceptional animals: Odin, Mothra and M. Bison also known as Grim. Laurice Gilbert has been re-arranging words since , after attending art school in a misguided and unsuccessful attempt to ward off a mid-life crisis. Early retirement from a lucrative health care career enabled her to rise from apathetic committee member of the New Zealand Poetry Society to low-paid National Coordinator in charge of everything.
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