"Morgan has created a fascinating and endlessly useful volume for anyone who has either been called by or is seeking the Morrigan. This book combines serious academic research with deeply personal experience to build a balanced yet evocative image of this Irish goddess. A brilliant read for anyone interested in Celtic spirituality but absolutely essential for anyone studying the Morrigan and her sisters." - Mabh Savage, author of A Modern Celt: Seeking the Ancestors
"Morgan presents us with solid, well-researched information on the Irish Morrigans from some of the best academic sources out there, and does it in a way that is engaging and approachable." - Segomâros Widugeni, previously known as Aedh Rua, author of Celtic Flame: An Insider's Guide to Irish Pagan Tradition
"There are so many faces of this amazing goddess and Daimler brings them together in a very readable way that enchanted me into turning page after page." - Elen Sentier, author of Elen of the Ways and Trees of the Goddess
About the Author
Morgan is an Irish Re-constructionist with Heathen tendencies who has been a polytheist since the early '90′s. A wandering priestess of Odin and dedicant of Macha, she teaches classes on Irish and Norse magical practices, fairies, and related subjects around the northeastern United States. Morgan's writing has appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies including 'By Blood, Bone, and Blade: A Tribute to the Morrigan' and 'Naming the Goddess'. Morgan is also the author of nine books including 'Fairy Witchcraft' and the urban fantasy novel 'Murder Between the Worlds'