Martin Shaw sits down with Kathleen Lee to talk about his work with Tony Hoagland on Cinderbiter, a collection of Celtic poems.
Emergence Magazine podcast. Martin Shaw on initiation, agency, and the move into the mythical. https://bit.ly/courting-the-wild-twin
Gambling with the Knuckle Bones of Wolves – The Mythic Masculine interview with Martin Shaw (School of Myth)
Emergence Magazine, Mud and Antler Bone: An interview with Martin Shaw https://bit.ly/mud-and-antler-bone
An Interview with Martin Shaw WHAT IS YOUR WORK ABOUT? An on-going nostos—a homecoming—to the heart, I suppose. There’s an old image in folktales of people that bury their heart under a tree so they can acquire more power without the distraction of conscience. I don’t wish that for myself alone, or as a father, or for the wider culture at this point. There is an inheritance, which the West has largely turned its back on, that I am very interested in. We glimpse it sometimes in