Faery Dream – Irish Poem On The Little People

Rebel Voice is delighted to bring you this new piece of verse from our resident poet, A.D. It tells the tale of a man who has a vivid dream of an encounter with the Faery Folk of Ireland. However, he is left wondering if indeed it was a dream or did it really happen. With […]

Fairy Folklore Of County Clare, Ireland

Ireland is a nation steeped in both the supernatural and paranormal. Whether it is selkies, banshees, leprechauns or politicians, the Emerald Isle has more than its fair share of scary and corruptible creatures. Yet one Otherworldly entity holds a grip upon the people more than any other, and that is the fairies. Travel around rural […]

Tír Na Óg – Irish Mythology

Ronnie Drew had one of the most recognizable voices in Ireland. Whether speaking or singing, his Dublin drawl delighted audiences across the world and none more so than those at home in Ireland. In this audio, Ronnie narrates the tale of Tír na nÓg, the Land of Youth. This wondrous place was said to be […]

Deidre Of The Sorrows – Irish Myth

In this narration, the lovable rogue, Ronnie Drew, takes us through the beautiful and haunting story of Deidre of the Sorrows. This is another one the most popular tales to be found in ancient Irish mythology. – If you enjoyed this, please share –

Gwendy’s Button Box – Stephen King & Richard Chizmar

Gwendy’s Button Box  by Stephen King and Richard Chizmar It’s the August 22nd, 1974, and Gwendy Peterson is a chubby twelve-year-old determined to lose weight before changing schools. She goes daily to the metal stairs that lead up the rock face to Castle View, and climbs as fast as she can to burn off all […]

Jason And The Argonauts (1963)

This is the famous clip where Jason fights the animated skeletons. Well it wouldn’t be much fun if they weren’t animated. That would just be an actor beating the shit out of a pile of bones. Could get Madonna to play the bones. Movie special effects have come a long way since the days of […]

The Celts – BBC Series – Episode 3 – Religion And Magic

Although the Celtic people were at the height of their importance almost 2000 years ago, they have not gone away. Today, ancient rituals are enacted across lands that still claim some Celtic ancestry. Across the Celtic Isles of Ireland and Britain, festivals are celebrated that remember the strongly pagan roots of the people there. The […]

Folk’d Up

Folk’d Up   by Laurence Donaghy Part 2 of the wacky Irish trilogy is every bit as good (and wacky) as Part 1. The one-liners are as sharp, the pace frenetic, the plot an education. Danny Morrigan is in search of his missing girlfriend, Ellie, and their baby, Luke, snatched by the Faeries. But these are […]

Folk’d

Folk’d   by Laurence Donaghy This was an unexpected but pleasant surprize that fell into Rebel Voice‘s lap. Set in Belfast, it tells the tale of Danny Morrigan, his life, loves and reaction to the disappearance of his girlfriend, Ellie, and their baby boy, Luke. Danny is disillusioned with his lot. His father ran out on […]

The Song of Wandering Aengus

The Song of Wandering Aengus I went out to the hazel wood, Because a fire was in my head, And cut and peeled a hazel wand, And hooked a berry to a thread; And when white moths were on the wing, And moth-like stars were flickering out, I dropped the berry in a stream And […]

Temple, Gods and Sacrifice on Slieve Gullion

It’s colder and wetter now. The climate has cooled. The crops are failing. To appease their fickle deities the tribesmen must make a powerful sacrifice. They stand nervously huddled within the shadowy chamber and restrain their drugged victim as outside the steadily weakening sun falls ominously to mark the end of the year. It’s 3000 […]