Archaeologists’ new findings confirm facts in an ancient Irish myth. In what some see as our post-truth world, the word ‘myth’ has become entangled with ‘fake news’ and ‘alternative fact’ as a term of disparagement. A dangerous misunderstanding of myth.
Being Manx by birth and heritage, I saluted ‘Themselves’, the ‘Little People’ or the Faery Folk of the Isle of Man, for their benevolence during this journey – my first return to the island in thirty years. And Manannan Beg
After surviving that 25-hour flight from New Zealand to Heathrow, I headed straight to the beautiful city of Winchester and relaxed for a day in the Royal Winchester Hotel’s terrace garden which my room overlooked. Good food and a comfortable
[This is the full text of my book-tour talk including the readings (in italics) from A Biography of Story, A Brief History of Humanity.] The title for this talk, ‘Story-power: Why We Need it to Survive’, was inspired by a
A couple of years ago, after completing a successful writers’ workshop tour in Europe, I shared tips here on how to do it. In June/July this year, I will be taking my new non-fiction, A Biography of Story, A