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. Fiction and non-fiction, and most especially the Hopeless Maine project (graphic novels, performance, music, film…) I have a space on Patreon with fiction and druid-related content. If you want to support me, I’m here – https://www.patreon.com/NimueB
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 lot of houseplants and spiders.
I’m very much immersed in the vibrant life of Stroud and exploring bardic and Druidic things.
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. I’m on instagram and I have a lot of videos on youtube
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 here and sometimes other places. I do not currently attend events outside the UK, but do sometimes show up for things closer to home.