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Curious interpretations

Anne Berthelot
King Arthur: Chivalry and Legend
Arthur et la Table ronde: La force d’une legende  translated by Ruth Sharman
Thames and Hudson 1997 (1996) 654 more words

Review

Cover reveal: Danny Dirks and the Heir of Pendragon

I’ve been so excited about this cover for so long. I’m really happy I can finally reveal it to the world. Created by the extremely talented… 118 more words

Self Publishing

The value of mythology in a fantasy story

I’ve made no secret that I’m a big Tolkien fan. After devouring the stories published during his lifetime, I took a short detour into his notes and unfinished tales published by his son. 535 more words

Writing

Review: The Table of Less Valued Knights by

Sir Humphrey du Val has had enough. Relegated to the Table of Less Valued Knights–Camelot’s least prestigious spot, boringly rectangular in shape and with one leg shorter than the other so that it has to be propped up with a folded napkin to stop it from rocking–he has been banned by King Arthur from going on quests, and hasn’t left the castle in 15 years.

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Blog Tour and Q&A: If Ever I Would Leave You: Arthurian Stories For A New Generation

During college, I did a study abroad program in England. One of the classes I took was Medieval Literature, which included pouring over Arthurian legends. I still have a soft spot for sparkling metallic knights. 1,141 more words

Books

Pre-Raphaelite Inspirations

After spending an unintentionally long time away from this blog for a number of reasons (most of which can be summed up as “life getting in the way”) I think it’s time I made a comeback! 506 more words

Art