Sometimes I just like to share my favourite things with you all. Here is my favourite Etsy shop, Crystal Phoenix Art. I’ve known the owner and craftsperson for many years and she is lovely and incredibly talented. Everything in her shop has 30% off… Continue Reading “Crystal Phoenix Art”
A wand. My wand, actually. Rosewood bark is hard to draw!
Chickens on a spit held by supports emerging out of twin vortexes roasting over a stylised fire. Why? No idea, I’m afraid.
I’ve never done inktober before as I don’t really think of myself as an artist. I was drawn to it this year though. No idea why! I think I maybe just needed a break from writing without stopping being creative, if that makes sense?… Continue Reading “Inktober”
SavageWolf performing live. I was honoured to be a part of this year’s Cabaret 30 event, part of the Headingley Literature Festival. The event celebrates young artists, writers, musicians, poets, comedians and more, and is a satisfyingly diverse night of entertainment. Read more about… Continue Reading “Cabaret 30 2018”
Click here to access this month’s issue of Pagan Pages. The free e-zine has been lovingly put together and this month you can enjoy reviews of Tree Magic, Tree Medicine by Ellen Evert Hopman, and Sacred Plant Initiations by Carole Guyett. If this whets… Continue Reading “January Pagan Pages”
This event, part of Stroud Book Festival, looks absolutely magical. Oh for the mobility for a trip to Stroud! Please go, and then come back and tell me how marvellous it was. How many opportunities are there in life to step inside a graphic… Continue Reading “Hopeless Maine, Lansdown Hall”
Fungi, the changing season, and some gorgeous artwork from Nimue Brown. http://moon-books.net/blogs/moonbooks/pagan-poetry-ink-cap/
I’m very chuffed to have a stall at Saturday’s charity event at Apperley Bridge Marina! I’ll be taking my books, jewellery and other items, and I’ll be sharing my space with an artisan baker and the artist who did the cover art for my… Continue Reading “Apperley Bridge Marina Charity Day”