Wulf-Monath

January is known as Wulf-Monath, according to the Saxons. Why? Well, people were more likely to be devoured by wolves in the month of January. Or it could be that the lonely sound in the cold hills would only come from the one animal still hunting, the wolf. Wolves held a prominent position in our ancestors' minds. The Wolf has stood for both the Warrior and the Devourer. Let's start with the Warrior. When Odin first wandered the earth he wandered alone. To spite his loneline

Short Stories

You may or may not know, but I've had two stories published in the last month. The first, "Red: Mercenary for Hire," is a twisted fairy tale written for the Fairy Tales and Folklore Re-imagined anthology by Between the Lines Press. I've read the first fiftyish pages and the short stories are so imaginative and the poetry is beautifully written. I definitely recommend this book for nearly 500 pages of wonderful storytelling. Who's afraid of the big, bad werewolf? Not you when