The bewitching tale of the unwise hunter and the mystical fox woman.
Martin is leading the MA Myth and Ecology at Schumacher College. Learn More: https://www.schumachercollege.org.uk/myth-and-ecology
Martin Shaw is a mythologist, writer and teacher of wilderness rites-of-passage. Author of the Mythteller trilogy (A Branch From The Lightning Tree, Snowy Tower and Scatterlings), he founded the Oral Tradition course at Stanford University, and has contributed to Desmond Tutu’s leadership programme at Templeton College, Oxford. He is principal teacher at the Great Mother Conference in the U.S., and is a patron of the Earth Restoration charity. Awards include: Visiting Scholar to the British School in Rome and the Price, Bretherton, Elgood Award for outstanding achievement in painting. Recent collaborations have included “Lost Gods” with Mark Rylance and Paul Kingsnorth. Director of the Westcountry School of Myth in the UK,Martin lectures internationally and has a long standing interest in the folklore and cosmology of Tungus and Yakut culture.