Cheryl Straffon

Cheryl Straffon is Cornish, and, after graduating from London & Cambridge universities with degrees in English and Comparative Religious Studies, lived and worked for a while in Scotland and England before returning to Cornwall 30 years ago. She is the author of a number of books on prehistoric Cornwall and on the Goddess. These include Pagan Cornwall: land of the Goddess; Fentynyow Kernow (holy wells); Megalithic Mysteries of Cornwall; The Earth Goddess; and Daughters of the Earth. She is also editor of the long-running pagan-orientated earth mysteries magazine Meyn Mamvro, and founder and editor of the magazine Goddess Alive! She chairs the Cornish Ancient Sites Protection Network environmental group, and is Project Manager for LAN (Lizard Ancient Sites Network). Although now “retired”, she actively continues to research archaeology, mythology, folklore and legend from her home in West Penwith that she shares with her lifelong partner.


Troy Books title/s
Cheryl Straffon

Between The Realms

Cornish Myth and Magic

Titles with other publishers:
Fentynyow Kernow – In Search of Cornwall’s Holy Wells
Pagan Cornwall – Land of the Goddess
Ancient Sites in West Penwith (Cornish Earth Mysteries Guides)
Megalithic Mysteries of Cornwall
Earth Mysteries Guide to Bodmin Moor and North Cornwall: Including Tintagel (Cornish Earth Mysteries Guides)
Ancient Sites in West Penwith (Cornish Earth Mysteries Guides), Meyn Mamvro

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