Halo Quin

Meet Halo. Author, storyteller, witch.

Halo Quin is a bard. A changeling bard, to be precise. She is a storyteller with a love of myths, legends, and folktales. An author of pagan and poetry books. And a practicing faery witch and magician with 25+ years experience in working magic.



As a storyteller, Halo has told tales across Britain, worked in living history as an iron age bard, created a delightful “one-woman-many-goblin” show; The Goblin Circus, and has run local storytelling circles for her home county of Ceredigion. She specialises in myths, legends, and fairytales, and is often seen wandering an event with dragon or gryphon in tow.

Find more about Halo’s storytelling here. (Or contact her using the form below!)

Halo in red coat and snowy landscape, writing in a leatherbound journal, grinning at the camera

As an author and writer, Halo offers a glimpse into the magic of the world. Her lifelong passion is faeries, so they are often found nearby, whether in poetry or prose. She has her PhD in philosophy of storytelling, so is no stranger to academia, but believes in the importance of accessibility in writing.

Find books written and recommended by Halo here.

As a witch Halo has been pixie-led for quarter of a century or more, studying and training in several traditions including OBOD, Reclaiming, and Feri, as well as ceremonial magic and traditional witchcraft. She brings her philosophical mind and practical experience to offer training and resources at The Enchanted Academy (or T.E.A. for short) and Star Club.

You can support Halo’s work via Patreon here.

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Recent Blog Posts

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Still a Witch

Eleven years ago I wrote a piece about what it means to me “To Be a Witch” because I was wrestling with the title I’d claimed for myself as a teen, trying to work out whether I really felt like I was entitled to it. In recent years I’ve gotten more wrapped up in the …

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Cycles and Stillness

🌞 Happy Solstice! 🌞 I found this monument to the sun* this week and thought it was very striking. By the following day it had been washed away by the tides and that got me thinking about the practice of creating fleeting beauty, as an act of joy and pleasure rather than as a construction …

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