Stifyn Emrys is the pen name of a veteran journalist and educator who has written on subjects as diverse as history, religion, politics and language. He has served as an editor for fiction and non-fiction projects, and his first book, "The Gospel of the Phoenix," was published in July 2012. His second, "Requiem for a Phantom God," was released the following month.

The author has lectured occasionally on the origins of Christianity and continues to research the development of religious traditions. He has lectured occasionally on the topic as a guest in university, special event and church settings. 

Stifyn Emrys has worked as an editor, columnist, educator and reporter. He serves as editor of the soon-to-be-published young adult novel "Epidemic," the first installment of the upcoming "Mad World" series. His interests include religious history, philosophy and language. He lives in California with his wife, stepson, one cat and one dog. He is available for interviews and lecture requests. You can follow him on Twitter @StifynEmrys or on his Facebook fan page.

News, interviews and appearances

Follow Samaire Provost on her blog tour for "Mad World: Epidemic"

October 10 Stifyn Emrys will be a guest on Karen Tate's blogtalkradio program, discussing the Pagan Roots of Christianity at 6 p.m. Click HERE for more information. Listeners will be able to call in to the program.


Listen to Stifyn Emrys' interview on "Over to Oberon and Ariel" with Oberon Zell-Ravenheart and Ariel Montserrat. The interview starts about the 75-minute mark of the podcast.