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"The World Is Too Much With Us"

As a child, I was fascinated by Greek mythology. My teacher had a large book that she would let me and my siblings attempt to absorb, filled with stories of mighty Zeus and jealous Hera, lovely Aphrodite, wise Athena, bloodthirsty Ares, and stories that we would not comprehend fully for many more years. 176 more words

The transcending reality of the Jesus story.

It has been said that Jesus is to the West, as Buddha is to the East. Certainly for the past two thousand years he has occupied a central position in our culture. 848 more words

Funny Thing Is...

I don’t really have anything to post today. I know that Korra aired again this weekend, but I have been hoping to post more inspiring things too along the way. 101 more words

The Life Of Winter

Us - Poem by SJ

She was my queen in the middle of a white dark night.
I buried her love within my tomb of my uterus,
As she sacrificed a bite that spit beautiful venom into my Cleopatra veins. 356 more words


Book review: Orpheus and Eurydice

Orpheus and Eurydice, retold by Hugh Lupton & Daniel Morden, ill. Carole Hénaff, Barefoot Books, ISBN 9781846867842


Matilda reviews her own copy of this book.  205 more words

Book Reviews

Season Two Spire City Pre-Launch Party, or Why Orlando Bloom Is the Secret God of Steampunk Yet to Be

Last night I attended a pre-release party on Facebook for Season Two of Daniel Ausema’s Spire City. Many of my fellow Darkside Codex authors were also guests and we had several discussions about writing and the steampunk genre. 161 more words

Getting Started

Hello. This year, 2014 – 2015, I’m doing the 20% project with my sophomore English class. For my 20% project I chose to draw multiple myths using several sheets of paper for each myths. 276 more words

20% Project