“Man flees to the forest” is a common motif in Celtic storytelling traditions. But which “Wild Man” came first: the Welsh Myrddin Wyllt, the Scottish Lailoken, the Irish Suibhne Geilt, or someone else?
He’s the world’s most famous wizard, but was the Merlin of Arthurian Legend based on a historical Celtic druid?
Separate fact from Arthruian Legend as we explore the historical evidence for Merlin, King Arthur’s personal sorcerer.
The ancient Celts divided their intellectual elites into three categories: druids, bards, and vates. Learn about their differences (and similarities) as recorded by Greek and Roman historians.
Feast your eyes on the new and improved cover art for Neon Druid. Same great urban Celtic fantasy stories, new hardcover format.
In Part I, we cast the core team of Celtic gods from the comics; in Part II, we highlight 11 more mythological Celtic characters who deserve spots in the MCU.
My picks for which Irish, Scottish, Welsh, English, and French actors and actresses should play the core team of Celtic gods (a.k.a. the “Tuatha de Danaan” on the big screen
Classical writers regale us with eyebrow-raising tales of wild, island-bound Celtic women. But are any of them true?
In the new Thor movie, a powerful villain, Gorr, goes on a god-killing rampage. Will the Celtic gods be recruited to help defeat him?
Historical evidence suggests druidesses not only existed but were just as if not more powerful than their male counterparts.