Kenneth C. Flint




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Kenneth C. Flint

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Born
in Omaha, The United States
June 23, 1947

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Kenneth C. Flint, who has also written under the pseudonym Casey Flynn, is an American fantasy novelist. A resident of Omaha, Nebraska, Flint has now published 18 books, in both print and eBook format. A majority of his works are either based on Irish myths and legends, or else are original stories involving concepts, and sometimes characters, from Irish mythology. His best known works center around three of the most important characters of Irish legend: Lugh, Cúchulainn, and Finn MacCumhal. He has also published short fiction, including a pair of Star Wars stories, a historical fiction novel, On Earth's Remotest Bounds: Year One: Blood and Water, the first of a planned series, and a historical book about Fort Atkinson, Nebraska. Flints boo ...more

So, I teach writing. I've done just about every kind of writing there is, from technical documentation to business publications to scripts to articles to nonfiction to short stories to novels. I want people who want to talk writing, publishing, Irish myth, Ireland, the Celts, how cool Doctor Who and Time Team and Top Gear are, or anything else you want.
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The Riders of the Sidhe

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Master of the Sidhe

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Champions of the Sidhe

3.87 avg rating — 183 ratings — published 1984 — 6 editions
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Challenge of the Clans (Fin...

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A Storm Upon Ulster

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Storm Shield (Finn MacCumha...

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The Dark Druid (Finn MacCum...

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Isle of Destiny

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Cromm

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Otherworld

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“Children play at being great and wonderful people, at the ambitions they will put away for one reason or another before they grow into ordinary men and women. Mankind as a whole had a like dream once; everybody and nobody built up the dream bit by bit, and the ancient story-tellers are there to make us remember what mankind would have been like, had not fear and the failing will and the laws of nature tripped up its heels. The Fianna and their like are themselves so full of power, and they are set in a world so fluctuating and dream-like, that nothing can hold them from being all that the heart desires."
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