Kenny Klein is a well known musician, author, and lecturer in the Pagan community.
As a musician and performer, Kenny has performed at dozens of festivals, including Pagan Spirit Gathering, Free Spirit Gathering, Starwood, PantheaCon, Ancient Ways, Arizona Faerie Festival, and has recorded numerous CDs of original music. He has also played on recordings by well known Country and Folk musicians.
Kenny is the author of Fairy Tale Rituals: Engage The Dark, Eerie And Erotic Power Of Familiar Stories (Llewellyn, 2011), Through the Faerie Glass: A Look at the Realm of Unseen and Enchanted Beings (Llewellyn, 2010) and The Flowering Rod, Men, Sex and Spirituality, (Immanion, 2009), a book about men in Paganism and Wicca. Kenny is also a regular contributor to publications like The Green Egg e-zine (http://www.greeneggzine.com/), and has contributed to various poetry and prose journals.
Visit Kenny's website at http://www.kennyklein.net/ , and at www.facebook.com/kennykleinfiddler. See Kenny's Blog at www.kenny-klein.blogspot.com/
Grimms Fairy Tales: What Your Mother Didn't Tell You!: Growing up, we all heard the stories of Snow White, Red Riding Hood, and Beauty and the Beast. But each of these tales comes from older, darker tales, and carries with it dark, erotic underpinnings. Kenny Klein explores the deep meanings of the tales collected by the Grimms, adding material from traditional songs and older myths to give a view of the real stories of these characters.
The Erotic World of Fairie: Sexuality In British Fairy Lore: How does folklore view the sexuality of the creatures we know as Fairies, Elves and Selkies? Kenny explores the erotic conduct of magical creatures, consorting with each other and with humans. Learn why certain creatures were to be avoided for their sexual whiles, and why it is best to stay away from the roses of Carter Hall.
Mojo and Magic in Blues Music: Blues is an American musical culture with roots in African, Irish and English folklore. Kenny Klein talks about the origins of Blues music, and its roots in voodoo lore and Southern magic, the essential Blues rhythms derived from Afro-Cuban drum patterns, and the magic and tribal origins of chant-and-dance traditions like the Mardi Gras Indians and Talking Blues, which evolved into Rap and Hip-Hop.