Interview with Kristin Gleeson

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photo by Catherine KetchKristin Gleeson is the author of Selkie Dreams, an historical fiction novel with some fantasy elements set in Alaska that got my attention on Authonomy. She has also written Anahareo, A Wilderness Spirit, a biography of a First Nations Canadian woman and environmentalist who was Grey Owl’s wife. She has just released a new novel, Along the Far Shores, set in the 12th century about an Irish woman who stows away on the legendary voyage to America of Prince Madog of Wales.

Tell us something about yourself, Kristin.

I’m originally from Philadelphia but I married a man from Cornwall, England (Celtic area) and have lived in various places in England and America. Now I’ve settled in Ireland and have lived here for the past 10 years teaching art, working in libraries in the summer and writing. I live in a rural mountainy area and I love…

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