Ceallaigh's Blog

Sunday, December 9, 2007

Articles:
"Evil Thrives on Secrecy" in PanGaia, April 2007
"Bringing Woden to the Little Green Men" (Introduction) in Pangaia, January 2008

Awards:
"From Our Minds to Yours" is a finalist for the Pagan Fiction Award.

Poetry:
"White" in Arabesques Review, January 2007
"Two Servants of the Morrighan" in Mythic Delirium, June 2007
"Upon the Silent Steps" in Mythic Delirium, November 2007
"Bringing Woden to the Little Green Men" (Poem) in Pangaia, January 2008

Sunday, December 2, 2007

I am pleased to announce that my poem entitled "The Harper" will appear in the April-June 2008 issue of The Lorelei Signal.

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

I am pleased to announce that "From Our Minds to Yours" is a Pagan Fiction Award finalist.

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

My poem entitled "Upon the Silent Steppes" is now available in Mythic Delirium #17.

Monday, August 20, 2007

I am happy to report that my poem entitled "Upon the Silent Steppes" has been accepted for publication in Mythic Delirium.

Thursday, June 28, 2007

My poem entitled "Two Servants of the Morrighan" is now available in Mythic Delirium #16.

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

My article entitled, "Evil Thrives on Secrecy" is now available in Issue #46 of PanGaia.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

I am happy to report that my poem entitled "The Warrior" has been accepted for publication by the very fine web journal Goblin Fruit. In addition, the editors of this very fine journal have requested that I provide a reading of the poem in audio format for inclusion with the piece, which I have agreed to do.

When "The Warrior" is published I will, of course, make an announcement here.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

My poem "White" is now available in the Arabesques Review.

Friday, February 9, 2007

My short story entitled, "Akhila, Divided" has been accepted for Clockwork Phoenix: Tales of Beauty and Strangeness, a new, annual anthology edited by Mike Allen.

I'm very excited about this sale for many reasons. "Akhila, Divided" is a tragedy with challenging subject matter, so I was afraid I wouldn't sell it at all. However, I have not only sold it, I have sold it to an anthology which received over 1300 submissions, edited by a talented and discriminating editor and containing a stories by Tanith Lee, Cathrynne Valente, Leah Bobet and others.

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