Lindo the Fey is an ongoing collection of interconnected stories concerned with animal rights, suffering and transcendence. Part green fable, part love letter to the dead, the narrative unfolds through the experiences of Lindo, the red fox, and his encounters with magic and animals, man and landscape. The wild animal kingdom, barbarian and ambiguous, is presented as a vulnerable but primitive and beneficent grail with profound implications for the human condition as it lives in nature. Through the evocation of Lindo, the stories tell of love and grief, death and rebirth. Echoing the circles cast by the turning of the year and the points of the compass, Lindo’s journey is a rite of passage that stitches a bright spell of warding through the land. Via age-old bindings, he searches for the heart of all things, choosing paths that both seal and release him from his fate.