The Weirdin are a set of 61 two-sided flat round discs with an image carved on either side and were created from Celtic symbolism and folklore sources when I was writing my novel Moonheart. They are used in conjunction with a reading cloth and their meaning depends on their interrelationships and placement on the cloth. While writing Moonheart, I decided to make my own (rudimentary) set to test the Weirdin out; in fact, I used them to direct the journey and outcome for some of the book's characters.
I've been planning to offer a physical rendition of them for a long time now and I maintain a name and address list for those who would like me to contact them when they do become available. However, to make things a little easier (at least from our end), rather than sending an email request, you can now simply sign up below. Please note that you will receive a confirmation of your subscription, but subsequent mailings will be far and few between—at least until we actually have some news.
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The Weirdin are protected under international copyright in my name. Any manufacturing or licensing requests should be directed to me.
For a more thorough description of the Weirdin, please refer to the appendix in Moonheart.
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