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With Pan on Her Side

With the recent popularity of the Percy Jackson middle grade fantasy series, Greek Mythology has also grown in popularity among both preteens and their teachers. Fictional treatments of such iconic figures as Jason, Helen of Troy, Odysseus, and even the god Pan have made the Greek myths familiar to young readers in a way that textbooks can’t. 944 more words


Monster Monday: The Sphinx of Greek Mythology.

I found this drawing in an old sketch pad, so I decided to use it as a rare opportunity to show a humanish beast, as I hate drawing people. 313 more words

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To The Greeks!

As a student of literature, I was told there are three specific works that are necessary in the understanding for the whole of the Anglo-American literary tradition: the Bible, Shakespeare, and Greek and Roman Mythology. 404 more words

Literature Highlights

Wood Nymph Seeks Centaur - A Mythological Dating Guide

Wood Nymph Seeks Centaur is actually less a dating guide since it does not tell you where to find dates or how to behave on date as it is a quiz book to find the type of Mythological Creature you are and the best “type” of Mythological Creature you are suited to for a relationship. 515 more words


No. 1044

SISYPHI! ROLL!! By CpSingleton © 2015
An Island load of Sisyphi, standing over there…
Some, guilty of deceitfulness, use serfs

To push their boulders, while they eat brunch… 246 more words


Wednesday Word Tangle: If garlic be the food of love...

What do these foods have in common: oysters, chilli peppers, chocolate, avocados, bananas, honey, coffee, watermelon, pine nuts, figs, olive oil, strawberries, artichokes, pomegranates, cherries, pumpkin seeds, asparagus, almonds, garlic, basil? 464 more words


Tattoo Tales: The Hermit

Like most young girls, I assume, I was fascinated with tarot cards and attempted to learn to read them. Though I eventually gave up I still was always drawn to the illustrations on different sets of cards. 448 more words