Welcome to The Maeve Chronicles

Home of the Celtic Mary Magdalen
 

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Coming November 2011 from Monkfish

The Final Volume of The Maeve Chronicles
RED-ROBED PRIESTESS
Available soon from your favorite Bookseller!

 

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From Monkfish Book Publishing Company:

"Elizabeth Cunningham has again delved into her fabulous treasure trove of impeccable research, and come up with gold. In Bright Dark Madonna, her interweaving of Biblical-Celtic themes brings the first century to life with unexpected freshness and many surprises."

—Katherine Neville, author of The Eight and The Fire

"The turmoil of that first generation of Christians is remarkably recreated here with Maeve once again surviving against great odds. These were the years when her story got lost, but Cunningham’s erudition, keen insight, and imaginative voice won’t let that story be forgotten. Reading Bright Dark Madonna is a sheer joy."

—Tom Cowan, author of Fire in the Head: Shamanism and the Celtic Spirit

 

 


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Announcing the release of Elizabeth's glorious CD: MaevenSong

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"Powerful, moving, hilariously funny, a brilliant blend of paganism and Christianity, Elizabeth Cunningham’s new novel imagines the missing, feminist story of the New Testament. And what a visionary tale she tells. Anyone who loved
The Passion of Mary Magdalen will be ready to snatch up this sequel and continue to follow Maeve’s journey through the lustful geography of the soul to grasp the ever-changing identity of the Bright Dark Madonna."

—Mary Swander, author of The Desert Pilgrim: En Route to Mysticism and Miracles

"In Bright Dark Madonna, Elizabeth Cunningham performs a miracle of her own, breathing life into an important historical period we only dimly see through the haze of myth, legend, and dogma. She gives us the best gift a talespinner can—a perfectly possible reality that appeals both to our intellect and to our imagination."

—Jack Maguire, author of Creative Storytelling and The Power of Personal Storytelling