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In the debut issue of Mermaids & Mythology magazine we meet the Mermaids of the Caribbean and find out about the women inside the tails! We bring you EXCLUSIVE photographs by Susan Knight from the first ever world Mermaid Awards in Las Vegas hosted by Sita Lang. Wendy Ice gives us an insight into the world of artist David Delamare.

Doreen Virtue shares with us her magical mermaid cards and Lucy Cavendish introduces us to the world of the ‘Merrow’s illustrated by Aaron Pocock. We explore the world of tail-maker Eric Durame, aka the Mertailor, and swim to the watery depths with Hannah Fraser, environmentalist and world famous mermaid!

You can learn how to make your own fabric tail with Shelly Mermaid. Regular columnist Melissa Mermaid explains how she got to be a professional mermaid. We meet the creators of the Elf-Fin comic books, and you can explore the Mermaid Treasure pages with a hand-picked selection of mer goodies. Author Emily Carding, introduces us to Celtic King of the Sea, ‘Manannan Mac Lir’. You can enjoy sea sparkles with the ‘Locketship’ jewellery collection modelled by Traci Hines. Columnist Cheryl Hubbard writes about the ‘Million Dollar Mermaid’ Esther Williams. And we meditate with Flavia Kate!


So make yourself a cuppa! Sit back and relax as you read the debut issue of Mermaids & Mythology magazine, presented to you on a ‘sea of love’ and featuring the ‘Who’s who’ of the mer world!

Visit www.mermaidmagazine.com

for more details on this exciting new mermaid magazine

A Feast fit for a Faery!

Avalon Faery Buffet

at 100 Monkeys, Glastonbury High Street

on Sunday 30th October 2011.

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Art copyright Pauline Marshall.

Mermaids & Mythology Magazine

Mermaids & Mythology

Mermaids & Mythology is the new sis*star publication to FAE Magazine (Faeries and Enchantment). It will be published 4 times a year and is a ‘real’ full sized, full colour glossy magazine, and will be 100% carbon neutral and printed on FSC paper (just like it’s sis*star FAE).

The logo has been designed by Tamara Newman and the debut issue will feature the stunning artwork of David Delamare, and coverage of the World Mermaid Awards. Plus mermaid fashion, and stories of mythology and more… Mer-Team members include Doreen Virtue, Lucy Cavendish, Melissa Mermaid, Emily Carding, and Editor in Chief, Karen Kay. Visit www.themermaidmagazine.com or join Mermaids & Mythology on Facebook

The Goblin Market

Goblin Market poster art by Brian Froud

8th May at 7pm until 9pm

at Friends’ Meeting House, Brighton, BN1 1AF

A performance for spoken voice and golden harp of the celebrated and disturbing narrative poem by the High Priestess of Victorian Pre-Raphaelitism, Christina Rossetti. “Goblin Market” is a unique combination in British literature of the grotesque, the fairytale, the erotic and the moral. This is the world premiere performance of a new setting of the poem composed by concert harpist, Elizabeth-Jane Baldry. The narrator is the utterly enchanting dancer/actress Maxine Fone (ex-medieval babes/Matthew Bourne Dance Company) Ticket price £10.00 (8.00) includes goblin-juice and fairy fruits.

Further info from www.brightonfestivalfringe.org.uk or by calling 01273 917272

Happy birthday Fergie

There were no black eyed peas in this yummy unicorn cake as Fergie celebrated her birthday at The Bank Nightclub in the Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas on Friday.

Happy birthday Fergie from all at FAE Magazine! And we love you even more now we know that you love unicorns too xxx

Source perezhilton.com

Exciting new event!

Mermaids & Pirates Ball

At the 3 Wishes Faery Fest at Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Cremyll, Torpoint, Cornwall on Sat 18th June 2011. Attendance to the Mermaids & Pirates Ball is included in your 3 day or weekend ticket to the 3 Wishes Faery Fest OR you can buy a ticket just for the Sat night ball with camping included! This event features The Dolmen + support, and is sponsored by FAE Magazine.

‘Faery Tale’ author Signe Pike, is to visit the 3 Wishes Faery Fest

Signe Pike

The ‘Faery Tale’ author Signe Pike will be giving a free talk, signing copies of her book and having LOT’S of faery fun! ♥

Signe Pike worked as a book editor in New York City before leaving to write Faery Tale. The non-fiction memoir chronicles her journey from New York City to the rolling hills of England, Ireland, Scotland and beyond as she searched to prove the existence of the illusive and magical beings we call faeries. From the cozy kitchen of Brian and Wendy Froud to the wild and sweeping moors of Scotland, Signe interviewed those brave enough to still believe, in hopes of rediscovering belief herself. As Signe attempts to connect with the spirit world – and reconnect with her sense of wonder – she comes to view both herself and the world around her in a profoundly new light. Captivating, full of heart, and unabashedly whimsical, Faery Tale is more than a memoir-it’s the story of rekindling that spark of belief that makes even the most skeptical among us feel like a child again. She now lives in Charleston, where she is at work on her next exploration into things unseen. Visit her website at  www.signepike.com and for details on the 3 Wishes Faery Fest visit: www.faeryevents.com/faery-events/3wishesfaeryfest/highlights

Imagining the Fantastic

MYTHIC ART, MUSIC and CONVERSATION

at Central Michigan University’s Park Library, Powers Hall and Warriner Hall

on 15th – 16th April 2011

Featuring:

Brian Froud, Charles Vess, Tony DiTerlizzi, Wendy Froud, Elizabeth-Jane Baldry, Carolyn Dunn, Edward Gamarra, Ari Berk

Two days of presentations Friday/Saturday 15th/16th of April: panel discussions, a harp concert and Luncheon at CMU. Meetings with students in English and Art, and American Premiere/Screening of the filmSir Lanval.

The events take place at several locations on the campus of Central Michigan University. All events are free and open to the public.  Reservations are requested only for the luncheon on Saturday, April 16. To RSVP, contact 989-774-3341 or CHSBS@cmich.edu

Visit the official website

Kate the Royal Wedding Fairy

Kate the Royal Wedding Fairy makes sure that all weddings are happy and magical! But when mean Jack Frost steals the True Love Crown, the Fairyland royal wedding is sure to be a disaster. Can Kirsty and Rachel find the crown so the royal couple will live happily ever after…?
Available from Amazon Books

Magical Realms Postage Stamps

Magical Realms postage stamps 'Morgan Le Fay'

Issue Date – 8th March 2011

From the legendary tales of King Arthur to the million-selling books of Sir Terry Pratchett and JK Rowling, people across the UK have always enjoyed an epic tale of magical adventure.

The UK has always been magic-friendly. Myths that arise from history, language and landscape have shaped our national identities, literary and artistic heritage, and popular culture.

In many of our great stories, wizards and witches have played a significant mystical role alongside kings and queens This issue explores some of the wizards and enchanters who bring a touch of magic to the ‘magical realms’.

For more details visit your UK post office on 8th March 2011 OR visit the OFFICIAL ROYAL MAIL WEBSITE


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