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Jeremy Harte

Jeremy Harte's Explore Fairy Traditions wins national book prize!   More details...

Jeremy Harte is a researcher into folklore and archaeology, with a particular interest in sacred space and tales of encounters with the supernatural. His other books include Cuckoo Pounds and Singing Barrows, and The Green Man. He is curator of Bourne Hall Museum in Surrey, where he lives alone in an old house full of dust and shadows.

In his journey through life he has picked up a degree from Cambridge, an ex-wife and two children, and a commitment to Buddhism.

Heart of Albion titles by Jeremy Harte:

NEW! How Place-Names Grow: A handbook of toponymy

English Holy Wells: A sourcebook

Explore Fairy Traditions

By kind permission of the author the following can now be downloaded for free:

Alternative Approaches to Folklore 1969–1996

Research in Geomancy – Readings in Sacred Space 1990–1994

NEW! Research in Geomancy – Readings in Sacred Space 1995–1999


Jeremy Harte has also published a number of articles in Mercian Mysteries and At the Edge, including:

Dragons of the Marches

The power of lonely places

Under the Greenwood Tree

How old is that old yew?

Hollow hills

Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you been?

Medieval fairies: Now you see them, now you don't

Sex, drugs and circle dancing

Do elves have rights?


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