About the Author

Aside from this blog, I write all manner of things, I have a lot of published books to my name, and will try pretty much anything if it looks interesting. Ponderer, singer of songs, teller of stories. Hill walker, daydreamer, editor, marketing person, occasional press officer on demand, reviewer Steampunk Folky and Green activist… I have a lot of hats.

I discovered Paganism in my late teens and Druidry in my early twenties. I’ve since been a Pagan Federation volunteer, completed the OBOD grades. I also helped out for a while at The Druid Network as well, these days I’m a member, just contributing the odd essay and review.

I was a founding member of west midlands Druid Gorsedd, Bards of the Lost Forest. During my decade in the west midlands I also ran meditation sessions, workshops, a closed ritual group and a folk club.

I’m now back in my native Gloucestershire, after a period of living on a narrowboat, I’m now in more conventional accommodation in Stroud. I live with my lovely and very Druidy husband, artist Tom Brown a fabulous tigerboy and a bucket of worms.

Tom and I are part of the local contemplative Druid group. I’m very much immersed in the vibrant life of Stroud and exploring bardic and Druidic things.

Some years ago, I wrote www.hopelessmaine.com – a webcomic illustrated by Tom. That’s going to re-published by Sloth Comics soon!
You can find me on twitter as Nimue_B and on facebook as Nimue Brown . I’m always happy to friend a pagan, green, folky, author or anyone else I have anything at all in common with.

If you would like to borrow a blog post to republish elsewhere, by all means do – just leave a comment and let me know. If you would like an article written specifically for your blog/magazine etc then email brynnethnimue at gmail dot com. If time permits, then I will normally say yes to such requests.

I review on Goodreads, for Spiral Nature and Pagan Dawn. I blog for Sage Woman and Moon Books as well as here. I do not currently attend events outside the UK, but do sometimes show up for things closer to home.

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