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In the Airs (6, February 2010)

Through soft and smooth in the airs of breath and the aching design
of you gently trembling like tree limbs in midwinter
I pause in the airs of your smile, your conversation… 124 more words

Greek Mythology

Celtic Goddess of the Dead.

This month I’ll be featuring the ladies of Ireland and Scotland! Starting with the story of Scathach (which is Gaelic for “the shadowy one”).

She is a bit of a legend in Irish mythology. 152 more words

Celtic Goddess

Irish Mythology | Saint Patrick

Just 17 days until St. Patrick’s Day.  Here is a link to some history of St. Patrick, and I will be featuring Irish oriented recipes and other stuff during March (more than usual!):

Irish Mythology | Saint Patrick.


The Friday Fiction featuring R.J.Madigan

Extract from The Sword of Air.

The moon was like a cold sun and the stars stopped their navigating. Twilight fell through stained glass, casting the great hall in pale reds. 2,158 more words


A Taste of Heaven

There’s a tale from Irish mythology of a guy named Oisín. (OH-sheen). In it, he visits the land of Tír na nÓg, the land of eternal youth. 372 more words

About Dublin

Review: Gods, warriors, and a wheelchair hero—The Tir Na Nog Trilogy (Books 1 and 2)

I had an email recently that made me think about heroes. The son of one of the members of bomber crew B-17 Nobody’s Baby who had flown with my father in the second World War sent copies of some of their travel orders. 2,185 more words

Book Review

A Death Unnoticed

Winter’s freeze

Does not deter

Morrigan’s chosen few

The messengers

Sent on onyx winds

With Calls that pierce the soul

 Rattling the soundest mind

While Banshee strolls… 26 more words