Here’s all the latest news from the Moon Books authors…
Lucya Starza says “After running one of my candle magic workshops at Treadwell’s Bookshop in London on Saturday 8 April, I’ve had a few short breaks – one weekend away and a longer holiday. I’ve been doing some lovely country walks, including visiting the Ashdown Forest and Arlington Bluebell Woods. I’ve been blogging about my days out.” You can read those blogs here –
Julie Brett taught a workshop on the Three Ancestors at a Samhain event in Sydney along with Jane Meredith who did a workshop on The Dark Goddess. Julie will be teaching about Australian Druidry at the Druids of Oz talk in Adelaide as part of the English Ale on May 20th.
Angela Paine says “I’ve been so busy trying to get my allotment under control, impeded by millions of celandines, lovely little yellow flowers which, however, spread like a carpet, covering everything and are impossible to eradicate, due to their habit of producing little bulbs all the way down their roots – bulbs which break off and lurk under the soil ready to make new plants – is there a metaphor here about the spread of research projects and never ending editing?”
Nimue Brown judged on the Bard of Hawkwood contest, organised by fellow Moon Books author Kevan Manwaring. Nimue blogs every day, some recent posts include The Power of Street Trees Fox rituals and Frankenstein Clothes.
Mabh Savage played a gig at the Primrose, with the recently signed Hands of Industry – here’s a video from that.