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New Teaser + Poster Spotlight: A24's The Green Knight

It’s not every week I do a post about an upcoming movie. But hey, after Oscars wrapped this past weekend, I’m just looking forward what’s in store this year. 564 more words

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Raven Conspiracy is LIVE!

Raven Conspiracy is now available!

Bringing together the stories Morrighan and Le Fay, it’s the perfect way to read both before Pendragon comes out and finishes the series. 141 more words

Stacey Jaine McIntosh

2019 in Review

Well another year is almost over and it’s brought with it a lot of accomplishments.

I’ve had 65 acceptances and seen my work feature in 14 anthologies with more being published in the new year! 110 more words

Stacey Jaine McIntosh

Thoughts on: Woman As Grail

So while reading Abdoo’s piece on women as Eliot’s grail stand-ins, I could not help but think back to our discussion of Malory and de Troyes last week. 345 more words

A Trauma Discourse Spanning Centuries

Jon Whitman
and Jessie L. Weston guided me to a fascinating place. In my head they established
a seemingly obvious link between a historical period which I find very fascinating, 529 more words

The Noble Youth or the Imbecile Youth

One thing I
was on the lookout for when reading Chrétien de Troyes Perceval and
Thomas Malory’s Morte D’Arthur was
the representation of youth and age. 534 more words

Lancelot and Guinevere

Lancelot’s role in the love triangle makes him a difficult character for some writers to handle. How can he be honoured when, for romantic love, he betrays the king who saved Britain, to whom he has pledged allegiance? 475 more words

Cathy Hird