Saga Greenwood, Lady of Glencoe
I was born on Beltane 1969 in Mannheim. As a child I spend lots of time in the nature and in the company with animals. I began to write poems and short stories. Since 2007 I lives in Solingen where I works as an author and journalist.
I am a member of the German Haiku-Society, of the Christine-Koch-Society and the scribe of the Society “Center for banned Arts Solingen”. Druid of the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids, member of “Welt der Linden” and the Tarosophy Tarot Association..
I’ m also a member of the Budgetbeirat des Verfügungsfonds “Wir für die Nordstadt”, Amnesty International, Solinger Bündnis “Bunt statt braun”, Palliatives Hospiz Solingen (PHoS), Förderverein der Jugendnotschlafstelle Solingen “Die10”, Johanniter Landesverband NRW, Trägerverein Biologische Station Mittlere Wupper, Vegan in Solingen and “guardian angel for animals” at IFAW.
I also try to help with charity readings to collect money for public amenties
From 2004 till 2007 I studied Belles Lettres and creative writing, Germany
From Oct. 2014 till Feb. 2018 I studied with the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids
completed the “Tarot Navigator Course” with the Tarot Association (Instructor; Marcus Katz)
completed the course “Ancient Ireland - Culture and Society” with the Brehon Law Academy, Ireland
completed the course “Irish Mythology” with the Brehon Law Academy, Ireland
studying “Celebrating life” with the School of Celebrancy, UK
Leader of many creative writing workshops
2011 award of the “Silver Witch” as “Solingerin of the year” for my voluntary work on social issues and in support of charity
2014 award of the price “Helping Hearts” also for my voluntary work on social issues and in support of charity
Since May 2017 I bear the title “Lady of Glencoe”
I strives to live in harmony with the earth and the sky, to take advantage of the Elements Earth, Sea and Sky, to protect nature and to spread peace. It is important to me to respect all beings and to meet all living things with love. This is reflected in my works, in my poems, fairy tales and novels.