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The Legend of Xocomil

There are many different versions of this legend. Each one is used to explain different things in the culture of the mayan descendants in Lake Atitlán. 820 more words


Review: When the Ghost Screams by Leslie Rule

Leslie Rule’s decided to follow in her mother’s footsteps in the sense that she’s writing a ghost anthology of ghosts who linger on earth because they died violent deaths whether it’s murder, war, or accidents. 359 more words

Book Reviews

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Gabriel Finely and the Raven’s Riddle

by: George Hagen

A missing father – the mystery

How to find him – the riddle

Become a raven’s amicus – the magic… 37 more words


To Test Sea Lore/Ding-Dong

And now, a randomly generated scene…

… using words collected from fellow choristers…

… inspired by Mäntyjärvi’s setting of Full Fathom Five from Shakespeare’s The Tempest. 1,250 more words


Finding Transcendence with the Selkie Tales, A Victoria Fringe Festival Review

By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

Written and Directed by
Voice Box Theatre Company

With Artwork from Roween Suess

Music by Sink

Through the power of myth, a cultural discourse of any country can be found in the stories of yore. 746 more words

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The Beautiful Ones: Tuatha De Danann

Okay, now to play with the big boys.

I’m not going to even pretend I can pronounce these names. One of my friends is dedicated to Nodens and thinks that it’s funny that I call him Doyle (…I’m not sure if I’m hoping or not hoping that you get that reference…). 424 more words

Song Of Wandering Aengus.

Song Of Wandering Aengus.

I went out to the hazel wood,

Because a fire was in my head,

And cut and peeled a hazel wand,

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