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The Ruin of Beltany Ring and Grandmother Mælkevejen's Belly Now Available in Multiple Formats

If you don't use Kindle, but you're interested in my first collection of fiction and poetry or my more recent novelette release, you can pick them up from several vendors now. Here's the full list:

The Ruin of Beltany Ring: A Collection of Pagan Poems and Tales

Paperback | Kindle | iTunes | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | Oyster | Inktera

"Grandmother Mælkevejen's Belly: A Novelette of the Lodhuven"

Audible | Kindle | iTunes | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | Oyster | Inktera

The first is a collection of pieces primarily published in Witches & Pagans and its sister publications, while the second has strong, far-future Pagan themes.

Of The Ruin of Beltany Ring, Rebecca Buchanan writes:

"I am happy to report that The Ruin of Beltany Ring is a wonderful, thoroughly engaging, always amazing anthology. Though familiar with a few of the works, most were new to me. I spent a happy few hours lost in magical worlds populated by seal-women, lame Gods, furious Goddesses, eco-warrior fairies, anima loci, and Wiccan lawyers. In "Ink for the Dead" a tattoo artist is guided by the whispers of spirits, while a man facing a life crisis dreams a possible future in "My Ammonite Baby." The spirit of a place speaks to a lost, sorrowful woman in "When I Arrived, This Is What She Said," while "Hephaestus" contemplates the many blows which made Him while he hammers metal into art. The stone ring of the title has its own age-old story to tell, while the unnamed narrator of "God-Touched" agonizes over the divide between human and divine."

Other reviews of the collection and novelette can be found here and here.

I hope you enjoy them!

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C.S. MacCath is a writer of fiction, non-fiction and poetry whose work has appeared in Strange Horizons, Clockwork Phoenix: Tales of Beauty and Strangeness, Murky Depths, Witches & Pagans and other publications. Her poetry has been nominated twice for the Rhysling Award, and her fiction has received honorable mention in The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Sixth Annual Collection. Ceallaigh's first collection of fiction and poetry entitled The Ruin of Beltany Ring has been called 'wonderful, thoroughly engaging, always amazing', a book of 'tiny marvels' and 'well-worth reading'. At present, she's working on a science fiction series entitled Petals of the Twenty Thousand Blossom and a second collection of fiction and poetry.  


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