Tuesday, March 31, 2020

In Tribute to a Star Still Bright

Dear Irenca, your candle still shines
in a place we cannot yet see.
You meant the world to so many - 
May your spirit rest ever free.

Remembering Irene Povše,
A leading light in the quest for truth and freedom.

Bled, Slovenia, 2018

To see Traces of Franks and Wine in Celtic Europe, a presentation made to the Palo Alto University Rotary on March 27, 2020, please click this link to our YouTube channel

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Here's more information on two Celtic villages in Austria, with insights into women hidden in Europe's past.  
Wishing you and your family the best of health and happiness,

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Come explore with us!

Please watch this brief introduction to my three-book series on the unsung story of women.  

More to come!



Available at Bell's in Palo Alto, Bookshop Santa Cruz and Amazon 

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

In Praise of Courageous Bookstores

In today's turbulent literary realms, two strong lanterns light the night.  Even in these communication-fraught times, family-owned businesses in Palo Alto and Santa Cruz still sustain an open marketplace.  The Hidden Women series gratefully resides in both collections.  

These brave purveyors of knowledge welcomed the books, even though Amazon prints and distributes them.  As a result, Bell's Books of Palo Alto  and the Bookshop Santa Cruz can offer a selection of books by local authors, and at lower prices.

All who cherish sanctuaries filled floor-to-ceiling with cerebral treasures pay homage to these beacons of a free society.

http://www.bellsbooks.com/about                                        https://www.bookshopsantacruz.com

Saturday, January 11, 2020

Lexicus Press announces with pleasure the third interview conducted by international radio personality Donna Seebo.  A discussion of Hidden Women:  Frankish Splendor and Valor in Celtic Europe is available with the following link:

Sunday, December 1, 2019

Lexicus Press is delighted to announce publication of

Frankish Splendor and Valor in Celtic Europe
Hidden Women Series #3, 
a study of women from the gilded pre-Christian era to vilification.

The 3rd in the Hidden Women series, Frankish Splendor and Valor in Celtic Europe, traces the Franks, a leading Celtic family, from the gilded era of wealth and technological advancement in pre-Christian Europe.  The role of the women in Europe has swung dramatically since the Iron Age - from abbesses in illustrious learning centers to refugees in a continent under siege.  Through discoveries in archaeology, law, art and literature, a more accurate picture of the past is emerging to explain this change.  
The author’s on-going study relies on independently verifiable evidence and on-site investigation for a multi-disciplinary analysis.  Since conquerors’ objectives have dictated much of Europe’s written record, the victors' version of history is not taken at face value.