There are several ways to catch up with Tylluan. She is on Facebook at :
Although her new blog is here, on the Wolfenhowle Press website, she also has an earlier blog , The Magical World of Tylluan Penry at :
Tylluan’s Video Channel
Tylluan has a video Channel on YouTube which you can find here:
Since she updates regularly, if you enjoy these short talks, you might consider subscribing (totally free, and no adverts!)
You can also sign up for our wsletter, Tylluan Penry and the Wolfenhowle Press by sending an email to :firstname.lastname@example.org (or alternatively message Tylluan on Facebook) Just tell us your own email address and we promise we will never pass this information on to anyone else.
Radio Interviews and Podcasts
Tylluan used to have her own, once-a-month radio show, on One World Internet Radio and the interviews on many of these shows are still freely available as podcasts at http://tylluanpenry.podbean.com/
You can either listen online or download interviews featuring guests such as Merlyn from Children of Artemis, Sorita d’Este, David Rankine, Jenna Greene, David Wells and Kevin Groves. Tylluan has also posted one of her talks from an Artemis Gathering so you can hear her speak even if you weren’t able to make it to the festival!
INTERVIEWS and articles online:
Kevin Groves has a lovely website here – well worth a look! https://www.houseofkiya.co.uk
Carole Carlton’s magical website – featuring not only Mrs Darley but a whole host of other magical pages, is here:
At the Wolfenhowle Press we are always pleased to feature links to other Pagan books we think you will enjoy.
This is a beautiful online shop for all your witchy and pagan supplies
Also take a look at :
You will find not only a link to Shodie Wilson’s book ‘Dream Mystic – A guide to Leading Meditation’ but also a wealth of information about the courses and healing that she offers.
This is a lovely site by a freelance editor and will surely interest those who write!
http://woodthewriter.com Jessica also has a Tumblr blog which is fantastically helpful in getting writers to improve their copy and avoid common pitfalls. Well worth a read and you can find it here: http://woodthewriter.tumblr.com/
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