Episode 7

Elizabeth Cunningham | NY-based author, poet and musician - best known for the Maeve Chronicles featuring a feisty Celtic Mary Magdalen.

Published on: 15th April, 2021

Elizabeth Cunningham is best known for The Maeve Chronicles, a series of award-winning novels featuring a feisty Celtic Mary Magdalen. She also recorded MaevenSong, an album of original music from The Maeve Chronicles.

Elizabeth has published four collections of poems, a mystery novel, Murder at the Rummage Sale, and All the Perils of this Night, a stand-alone thriller and sequel to Murder at the Rummage Sale. 

She is a fellow Emeritus of Black Earth Institute and writes regularly for the Feminism and Religion blog site.

Check out Elizabeth's website: https://elizabethcunninghamwrites.com/

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Deb Ondo

Deb Ondo is a contemporary oil painter living in Massachusetts. Her work explores the sacred alchemy that exists between human beings and the natural world. Deb's paintings have been exhibited through Emerge Gallery in New York. Her work can be found on Artsy.

Deb also manages marketing and communications for a national nonprofit. She worked in local television for twenty years and has been honored with five broadcast Emmy Awards and a Pat Weaver Broadcast Journalism Award. Deb co-produced the film, ArtSpirit, which explores Provincetown, Massachusetts, from its 1920s standing as the largest art haven in the world to its present-day status as a resort town.