Celebrating the Celtic Saints

Today, March 5th, is the Feast of St. Piran of Cornwall.

170px-icon_of_saint_patrick_christ_the_saviour_church-1Eighth Day Institute presents the 13th Annual Feast of St. Patrick, March 12-13, 2021 in Wichita

Join the Eighth Day Institute for a celebration of Celtic Christianity, culture, Irish whiskey, music and more. The seminar will feature study and discussion on St. Teilo of Wales, the Gallican Liturgy and Levavi Oculos by Arthur Machen. Consider attending or joining the Institute to support its mission of renewing culture through faith, learning and friendship. Register here.


NEW POSTS

anthology-cover-2Fellow EDI member, Joshua Alan Sturgill recently presented a lecture to a conference of educators. We’re pleased to make the text available: Three Stories of Education.

Phillip Neal Tippin continues his Pilgrimage with Part 12.

Both authors can be found in the newest Darkly Bright publication: Clearing Paths.


Machen Studies

machen-webThis week, we celebrated the 158th birthday of the Apostle of Wonder with Far Off Things, Chapter 4.

A Busy Week Around the Shop…

NEW POSTS

011  Clearing Paths: A Darkly Bright Anthology of Verse… Available in March.


Art by Brandenburg 

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Now available for purchase: The third artwork from the Artifacts series: The Celtic Pony by Claire Brandenburg. 


Machen Studies

machen-webThis month, we present an early example of Machen criticism from this side of the Pond: America and Mr. Arthur Machen


The Ancient Modern

Center, a new poem by Joshua Alan Sturgill. Last week, the Daily Poem Podcast reviewed a second poem by Sturgill, Feast of Books.


The Pilgrimage

Part 9 by Phillip Neal Tippin

Of Heaven…

NEW POSTS

Art by Brandenburg 

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We present Of Heaven, Of Earth – the second artwork from Artifacts, a new series by Claire Brandenburg. This beautiful piece is available for sale.


Worlds Imagined

Author and dramatist Jonathan Golding has launched a new site, Worlds Imagined. Golding will use the space to present original essays on literature and culture. Previously, Darkly Bright posted one of his fine articles: The Garden of Moral Delights. Additionally, we will be publishing his verse drama, Telegonos in 2021.


The Ancient Modern

By the Stream, a poem by Joshua Alan Sturgill.


The Pilgrimage

Part 8 by Phillip Neal Tippin

Essays and Poems for the New Year

Darkly Bright Press is a small, independent book publisher with a focus on Uncommon Literature & Liturgical ChristianityInspired by Welsh writer Arthur Machen’s emphasis on ecstasy in literature, our mission is to curate and spotlight such works by past voices and provide a platform for new authors, poets and artists.


NEW POSTS

eighthday_logo_fnl-smooth_1_website-480w-1Poet Gaelan Gilbert has contributed a new essay, Remembering the Hope: Three Christmas Stories, for the Eighth Day Institute. It’s recommended reading and a worthy organization.

 


The Ancient Modern presents Abbreviated by Joshua Alan Sturgill.

Phillip Neal Tippin guides us through the fourth part of The Pilgrimage.