Grace Clunie is an Episcopal priest, ordained in 1995. She teaches Celtic Spirituality at the ancient site of Emain Macha in Armagh. Her previous books, Sacred Living: Practical Inspirations from Celtic Spirituality for the Contemporary Spiritual Journey (Columba Press, 2011), is a teaching and discussion aid for individuals and groups seeking to discover more about Celtic Spirituality. She lives with her husband, son, foster-daughter, cats and dog in County Armagh, Northern Ireland.
Dr Tess Maginess holds degrees from Trinity College Dublin, Queen’s University Belfast and York University Toronto. She is a senior lecturer in the School of Education at Queen’s University, where she teaches literature. She has published on literature, education and mental health. Tess has won several awards for her teaching, including a National Teaching fellowship. She lives in Tyrone with her husband.