Morgan Daimler

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My name is Morgan Daimler. I have been a witch since 1991, an Irish reconstructionist since about 1994, and heathen since 2006. I like to write poetry and recently ventured into writing fiction which I enjoy. I have had my poetry and prose published in different places including 7 anthologies, Circle magazine, Witches and Pagans magazine and the CR journal Air n-Aithesc. I am the author of the book By Land, Sea, and Sky, and the urban fantasy series Between the Worlds. Through Spero Publishing I have the children's book a Child's Eye View of the Fairy Faith.Through Moon Books I have Where the Hawthorn Grows, Fairy Witchcraft, and Pagan Portals: the Morrigan.

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Morgan Daimler When I feel stuck in one area I move to another - I may write a different section of a story or even go work on another project until I get unblocked.…moreWhen I feel stuck in one area I move to another - I may write a different section of a story or even go work on another project until I get unblocked. Sometimes though that just doesn't work and I'll force myself to write through it, even if I feel totally uninspired, and go back later and edit or re-write to improve it. (less)
Morgan Daimler I'm not sure about NC/SC specifically. There are a couple CR organizations like Gaol Naofa and Sinnsreachd that I am aware of that exist as in person…moreI'm not sure about NC/SC specifically. There are a couple CR organizations like Gaol Naofa and Sinnsreachd that I am aware of that exist as in person groups, as well as some Druid groups like Ord na Darach Ghile that are Cr specific or ADF which are CR friendly. And of course there is usually a CR social media presence. (less)
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It's been a while since I've done an open question and answer blog so I thought I'd start off 2019 with one. I opened my social media to questions and have gathered both the questions and my responses below.





Dana asks: How much does your fairy faith inform your fantasy fiction?
My answer: A lot, although fiction does carve its own course in places by necessity.

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“Our ancestors have a vested interest in our wellbeing and so are more easily motivated to intercede for us and also are more closely connected to us.”
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“Guide my feet on my path, as I honor the old wisdom
Guide my hands in offering, as I honor the old Gods Guide my heart in strength, as I honor the old ways.”
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“We hear her voice in the pounding of our own pulse, in the cry of the raven, and in the wild wind.”
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