Well, it’s been a while since I updated this blog, but I’ve not been idle. Scraps and Wild Gatherings, has taken off and fueled interest in my earlier works, which is a delight. At present, I am working on a new series. The first draft of this, unfinished manuscript, is currently with my editor. Then […]
Source: …when in the world …what in the world!?
Every morning, as Raven float on air currents, and mists rise off the ponds, I ask the questions, when in the world …what in the world!? How did I get to find such a space to live and be? When did I become so blessed by nature and her wild companions? When did the weather include […]
I find, living the way I do, even when I’m not at the farm, I crave the no-nonsense simplicity reflected in Nature. Subtle shifts of colour in fading or growing light and the rudimental beauty of swaying branches, tall grasses, bright mornings or days, of persistent mist. Autumn is making her presence felt. Wild duck […]
What is that moment, between in-out breath, pulse; brain synapses …when is that moment between conception and the first stuttering heartbeat in the womb? Where and when, do we feel the shift from one season to another, as the wheel turns? What is the sound of the approach of Equinox or Solstice …for its close, and […]
The wheel turns and Beltane is done, gone in three days of super-moon, storms …we hurtle toward Litha, Summer Solstice, our landscape as green as that of my childhood lands. November, and we … Source: …and who am I now?
The wheel turns and Beltane is done, gone in three days of super-moon, storms …we hurtle toward Litha, Summer Solstice, our landscape as green as that of my childhood lands. November, and we have seen little sunshine and many misty days have followed months of torrential rainstorms and flooding across Victoria that has felled great […]
I am happy to announce the new and the forthcoming in one post. My poetry book, Unfurled, from my store and on Amazon and my long-in-the making text-book of sorts, will be available early next year. What I have never done really, is introduce myself, not only as the Druid author/bard but as the person […]
I was very happy and honoured to be interviewed by author, publisher Liz Butcher, so wander over to see what, and who else, Liz has spotlighted on her pages. Penny Interview with Liz Butcher
Since returning from the UK my mind, body and psyche have been struggling to balance back, into our harsher highland winter climate, after the sublime warmth of an English summer at its best. Although, technically it is now spring in Oz, would someone please inform the weather Gods! Mother Nature appears to know, no one […]