Elizabeth Cunningham

Author of The Maeve Chronicles

Let’s talk about music…

Music Conversation with Tim Dillinger

Music is a key element to the plot of All the Perils of This Night. Katherine grows up singing in the church choir under the tutelage of the fiery Miss […]

In Conversation with Cait Johnson

Live Conversation with Cait

So good to talk about books with my laugh-long, lifelong friend Cait Johnson. If you missed the interview live, here we are again! Thanks for joining us!


between summer and fall between one political convention and the other between the full blue moon and the next new moon between holiday and school between breath in, breath out […]


The Maeve Chronicles

My name is Maeve. It rhymes with brave, cave, wave. (I am not going to go through all the rhyming possibilities; some are not as flattering.) I am not going […]

Red-Robed Priestess wins award!

Red Robed Priestess

The Red-Robed Priestess, the fourth and final installment of The Maeve Chronicles, wins The Association for the Study of Women and Mythology’s 2012 Sarasvati Award for Fiction! “In making their […]

…Red, Magdalen, Maeve Rhuad

lying naked on a warm February night outside under a full moon, ripe for conception:  then twenty year’s labor to bring your story forth   you are still with me, and […]

A Childhood in Narnia

The Maeve Chronicles

An interview with Elizabeth Cunningham, author of The Maeve Chronicles The recent release of Andrew Adamson’s blockbuster film, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, is […]