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Review: Children of the Knight by Michael J. Bowler

Pretend, if you will, that the legendary King Arthur has magically and mysteriously arrived in present-day Los Angeles. Gangs, poverty, despair, crime, children abandoned to the streets…these are all very real current problems in any major city, and Los Angeles has more than its fair share. 373 more words


Religious War in The Mists of Avalon

How King Arthur’s Commitment to Christianity Catalyzes his own Demise in Marion Zimmer Bradley’s The Mists of Avalon

Temptation from sin is a pervading motif in numerous veins of Arthurian legend. 1,272 more words

Literary Analysis

MA Mini Conference

Last Friday, the 28th of March, the MA group held a conference to showcase their work. The classes in this group included; American Literature and Film (My group), Irish Writing and Film, Modernities: Romanticism, Modernism, Postmodernism and Texts and Contexts: Medieval to Renaissance Literature. 315 more words

American Literature And Film

The Many Faces of Morgan le Fay

I’ve done a similar post before, but it’s been awhile, and I think it’s appropriate to reprise this subject again. Here are some images from my collection of pictures of Morgan le Fay. 315 more words

Arthurian Fiction

Favorite "F" PBP Posts

Failure- Conor Warren,

Fate/Free WillMistress of the Hearth points out that it isn’t either/or- ones choices determine ones’ later fate. Reminds me a bit of the Heathen concept of Wyrd. 126 more words

Pagan Blog Project

What Do You Think of This Blurb?

Although I haven’t kept secret the fact that I wrote a book last year, I rarely bring it up. I did have one post dedicated to the book a month or two ago (or three) but it wasn’t my most well received post. 610 more words

General Thoughts

Mourning Merlin

Like Koren (and Mallory), I too boarded the Merlin bandwagon, but at the advice of my sister, who finished the series around New Year’s.  I must admit, I have to second… 771 more words