Irish Mythology | Étaín

When I saw Sacha Black’s writing prompt to write a piece from the viewpoint of an insect, this story popped immediately into my head, although life being life, it took me over a week to finally knuckle down… Read More

Strange Goings On

Yesterday, I pulled open my bedroom curtains, and out fell a butterfly onto the floor, a large, beautiful red and black butterfly. It sat on the floor, fluttered its wings open twice, and then, with an air of… Read More

Dealan-Dé | The Butterfly in Irish Mythology

This week, I have had to rescue four five six butterflies from becoming entrapped in my home. Although I have lived in this house seven years now, and keep my doors and windows open all day during summer, I have… Read More