Is the Celtic or Arthurian right for me??
DJ Conway - "Celtic Magic" , "By Oak, Ash & Thorn"
Edain McCoy - "Celtic Myth & Magick"
RJ Stewart - "Celtic Gods, Celtic Goddesses" & "Celtic Bards, Celtic Druids"
Lyn Webster Wilde - "Celtic Inspirations"
Tom Cowan - "Fire in the Head: Shamanism and the Celtic Spirit"

Geoffrey of Monmouth - "History of the Kings of Britain"
WB Yeats - "The Celtic Twilight: Faerie and Folklore"
"The Mabinogion"

Thomas Malory - "Le Morte d'Arthur"
Chretien de Troyes - "Arthurian Romances"
Edmund Spenser - "The Faerie Queene"
Alfred Lord Tennyson - "Idylls of the King"
Mark Twain - "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court"
TH White - "The Once and Future King"

Andrea Hopkins - "Chronicles of King Arthur"
Ronan Coghlan " The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Arthurian Legends"

Manda Scott - Boudica series - 4 books to the series
Barbara Erskine - "Daughters of Fire" - A mystical story about the life of the Celtic queen Cartimandua
Morgan Llywelyn - "Red Branch", "Finn Mac Cool", "Bard: The Oddysey of the Irish"

Marion Zimmer Bradley and Diana Paxson - Avalon series. There are now 7 books in the Avalon
series. "Mists of Avalon" is often toted as the book which brought hundreds of women to the Path of

Patricia Kennealy Morrison (Our HPS' original mentor) - The Keltiad. There are currently 8 books to
the series, which is broken into 2 trilogies and 2 independant books.  

Stephen R Lawhead - The Pendragon Cycle - 5 books to the series + an additional book calle
d "Avalon: The Return of King Arthur" which relates to the series

Mary Stewart - The Merlin series - 5 books to the series

Susan Cooper - Dark Is Rising series - 5 books to the series

Elizabeth Cunningham - The Maeve Chronicles - 4 books to the series. This book postulates that
Mary Magdalene was a Celt born of the 9 witches of Tir na mBan who meets Jesus at the Druid
College, becomes a Priestess of Isis, and only later one of Jesus's follower, to whom she eventually
births a daughter.

CELT - Corpus of Irish texts

Irish literature, mythology and folklore and drama

Ancient Texts Welsh

Celtic Fairie Tales

Scottish Folktales

Basic Arthurian Info - Timeless Myths Arthurian

Scholarly Info - The Camelot Project

The Arthurian Kingdoms - Early British Kingdoms
Often people come to Clann C as a group they are interested in because of our longevity,
organization and structure. However if the Celtic, specifically Arthurian Celtic, is not your
pantheon of choice, there really is NO point in you becoming an aspirant to us.

So how do you know??
Below are suggested books to read and websites to check out.
If none of these sing to your soul, or even pique your interest, we are
not the coven for you.
Brightest Blessings on your journey.
NOTE: Besides the obvious classics, many books and authors which are required reading for
Clann C initiates are
NOT on the below lists. So be advised that there are many other authors
we do admire/learn from, which we will not list publically.