ceàrdaichean // works

beinn mhòr, muile, alba, ben more, mull, isle of mull, scotland

seonag and the sea-wolves, tor.com, 21 dhen lùnastal 2019

molaidhean air // praise for seonag and the seawolves:

“there is a beautiful melody and rhythm to this riveting tale, and the prose sings from the first line to the last.” –review by maria haskins for barnes & noble sci-fi and fantasy blog

“’seonag and the seawolves’ is as harsh and unforgiving as the scottish highlands and as haunting as an abandoned and crumbling croft.” –review by alex brown for tor.com’s must-read short speculative fiction round-up

“a stunning read!” –charles payseur for quick sip reviews

“this is a beautifully written, poetic myth. although the story contains many lines of untranslated gaelic, it never becomes confusing, thanks to the author’s narrative skill. the background seems both magical and completely convincing.” –victoria silverwolf for tangent

bàs, poet’s republic, 31 dhen lùnastal 2019

ach ‘s e drochaid a th’ ann an cànan, fiolm, 2020