Faery Playground- Tales of Fae Children

An Anthology of Poetry, Art and Short Stories

Published in Paperback and E-book by Fae Corps Inc,
Distributed by Barnes & Noble Press.

May 1, 2021

Come seek the children where they play and learn the lessons of the Fae. Stories, poems and art combine to paint a picture most sublime. In Faery Playground you will find the darkness stalks all faery kind.

Featuring Art by:
Patricia Harris
Vonnie Winslow Crist
K.T. Seto

Poetry by:
Cyndi Pilcher
Vonnie Winslow Crist
Lorraine Lewis

And Prose by:
BF Vega,
Cyndi Pilcher,
K.T, Seto,
Ruan Bradord Wright,
Tish MacWebber,
Vonnie Winslow Crist,
Serena Mossgraves
and Raz T. Slasher.

Faery Playground- Tales of The Fae Children
an anthology from Fae Corps Publishing.
It’s not all sweetness and light.

For more information visit or write to Patricia Harris at

Book Birthday!

We are pleased to present Tullawalla by Ivor Steven.

Author Spotlight – the soul whispers blog

Today we are looking at A beautiful blog filled with poetry and self reflection. She says that “Blogging has provided me with a creative outlet and opportunity to connect with other indie authors. I love being a part of the indie writing community.”

When we asked what or who got you started? She responded “I started writing a blog 5 years ago with the hopes of feeling heard. I’m an introvert with a very busy mind. Writing is a creative expression of my inner reflections on experiences, emotional health and spiritual understanding.”

A Canadian blogger who enjoys nature, strong coffee and time with her pup (A Yorkie named Winston). She also loves traveling and experiencing the world through different culture, architecture, food and landscapes. Her creative husband has toured with multiple musicians.

She says of getting writer’s block : “Writer’s block is part of the process. When I experience writer’s block I give myself the time I need to ‘not write.’ At the same time, I also charge through the feelings of self-doubt and questioning by writing in my journal – knowing that I am free to write non-sense, make mistakes, and that a gem may appear in the mess.”

Press release

Tullawalla- A Meeting Place Where My Empty Hands Are Full of Memories and Rhymes
By Ivor Steven Illustrated by Kerri Costello

Published in Paperback and Ebook by Fae Corps Inc,
Distributed by Barnes & Noble Press.

March 30, 2021

Tullawalla: A Meeting Place Where My Empty Hands Are Full of Memories and Rhymes takes readers on a meandering journey through Australia through the eyes of one man as he reflects on his life and experiences through poetry and art. Often irreverent, and sometimes obscure the author plays with meter and rhyme as he ponders what is meaningful and what good.

Poet Ivor Steven has been writing for 20 years.
A former Industrial Chemist he is now a full time writer and active member of the Geelong Writers Inc in Australia and team member/barista with the online magazine Go Dog Go Café in the United States.

For more information visit or write to Patricia Harris at

Our Next Release

We have been lucky enough to release two wonderful books this year. First we released short stories. This time it is poetry. Ivor Steven has trusted us with sharing his beautiful poetry with you all. Illustrated by his Niece, Kerri Costello.

We believe that you will be just as touched by the poetry as we are. We have been blessed to have his work in Faery Footprints, Fae Dreams, and Nightmare Whispers Volume 1.

PAD Challenge #29

for extra boost do a prose poem.

Pad Challenge #22

If the topic of the dying flower bothers, you…Then write about change. Did you cause the change? Did someone else? Write about the change, what is the result?

PAD Challenge #21

What is your Hobby? Do you remember that time you were learning to do it? was it easy? or more difficult? Write about it.

PAD Challenge #20

the Acrostic form can be fun…in case you don’t know what the acrostic form is –

The word choice is yours…what word makes your skin crawl?

PAD Challenge #19

Or if you cannot see how this would be, write about the masks that you wear to keep the peace, and keep moving forward yourself.

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