Erynn lives in Washington State. A Celtic Reconstructionist, she's also an author and poet. If asked about her job, she will tell you she's a professional madwoman -- and mean it. Armchair philosopher, curmudgeon and wise-ass, she wants to embody the Renaissance ideal of the cultivation of broad knowledge. Erynn practices the fine art of Being Human, and hopes someday to get it right. Solitary by nature, she still enjoys getting together with friends, especially if dinner and a bad movie are involved. Erynn keeps vampire hours, just because. Her house is filled with books of many varieties, but she's loath to lend them out because they so rarely return.
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My book Ogam: Weaving Word Wisdom is available from Immanion Press through Powells.com and other online booksellers. I'm published in a number of anthologies from Immanion and other presses. New essays are always in the works. My first book, A Circle of Stones: Journeys & Meditations for Modern Celts is available as a PDF file from my website, The Preserving Shrine. Don't pay highway robbery rates from Amazon or used bookshops.