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March 27, 2017

Covering the Greek mythos for my catalogue is Timothy Nancarrow, graciously lending his expertise on this subject matter. If you find fantasy inspired by Greek legendarium to be exciting, check out his site and his works here.

Zeus, son of Cronos, vies for power with th...

February 15, 2017

Some of my previous blog posts led me to a discussion with a friend, Peter Long, who mentioned a theory on Indo-European mythology and its link to Harry Potter. Obviously, I needed this content for my site, especially as it fits perfectly as a second appetiser for my n...

January 8, 2017

The following is a guest blog by Jo Zebedee, an author from Northern Ireland. I intend to write a series of blog posts exploring the history and concept of the hero in our culture. As I know nothing about Irish mythology, however, I allied myself with Jo to get a rundo...

November 24, 2016

Imagine being so influential a writer that a few lines in one of your books, maybe little more than a casual remark to you, ends up shaping complex concepts in culture for thousands of years to come. Wouldn’t any writer or philosopher dream of that? Follow me as we tra...

October 17, 2016

It is time for another blog post from everyone’s favourite spouter of near incomprehensible things! This time we go low by exploiting pop culture for the sake of clicks – while my ulterior motive is to talk about mythical creatures and etymology, I will cunningly grab...

September 11, 2016

Some years ago at a party (yes, I get invited to those - sometimes), a friend told me about her upcoming lecture concerning Disney movies, specifically Beauty and the Beast and the perception of Europe as refined, sophisticated, and so forth (the friend in question was...

September 1, 2016

What is the purpose of literature in society? There are plenty of answers, one for each human being, but some are more interesting than others are. In this post, I will delve into one of them. I chose it because I think it explains best how literature has played its pa...

August 21, 2016

This is one post that will take you off-site; I wrote it as a guest post for James R. Schmidt's Mighty Thor blog. In the post, I discuss important aspects of world building to remember as an author and to notice as a reader. Language, culture, religion, history, techno...

July 26, 2016

When I was about four, my father read The Hobbit to me. Some years later, I read the Narnia series, and eventually The Lord of the Rings at age nine. Some of you will have the same story, being introduced to fantasy at an early age. For others, it will not have begun u...

July 9, 2016

If you are familiar with Shakespeare’s Hamlet, maybe you have as I thought about his naming scheme. The play is set in Denmark, and the queen does bear a Danish name. The scheming uncle, however, is called Claudius, as if he is an Italian exchange student that lucked i...

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