Reading List

Mostly so I don’t forget them.

Folklore & Mythology

  • Mead Moondaughter & other Icelandic folk tales collected by Alan Boucher (Interesting. Lots I haven’t heard of before.)
  • The People of the Sea: a journey in search of the seal legend by David Thomson (selchie legends in Scotland, England, and Ireland)

Modern Fiction

  • Runemarks by Joanne Harris (what came after Ragnarok; most excellent story.)
  • The Witch’s Boy by Michael Gruber (excellent book with some fairytale retellings; required reading for any decent witch, no matter the age.)

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