December 12, 2016

Celebration in Stone at

Celebration time: I’m honored that my travel essay, “Moorstones,” is featured beginning today as the “editor’s choice” on the website and on The story recounts my trans-formative visits to the enigmatic ancient stone shrine at Trethevy Quoit in Cornwall and to the Cathedral at Exeter.

“Moorstones” was originally published last year in the travel anthology Wandering in Cornwall: Mystery, Mirth, and Transformation in the Land of the Ancient Celts. The story won a silver Solas Award from Travelers’ Tales earlier this year.

You can find “Moorstones” (and many other great travel stories) here:
Best Travel Writing.com

The Wandering in Cornwall anthology is available in book stores (including my favorite, Book Passage and on

Trethevy Quoit on Bodwin Moor, a neolithic burial site
Trethevy Quoit on Bodwin Moor, a neolithic burial site

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