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Pendragonry will feature my musings on Arthurian matters from the late 1960s onwards, mostly in an amateur British magazine called Pendragon but also supplemented by commentary elsewhere and by my current thoughts. 191 more words

King Arthur

'Slow Reading'

Slow reading is the intentional reduction in the speed of reading, carried out to increase comprehension or pleasure. The concept appears to have originated in the study of philosophy and literature as a technique to more fully comprehend and appreciate a complex text… 340 more words


Balyn, Arthure and the Lady of the Lake - Sauffconduyghte, Etc.

I am reading a Delphi Classics version of The Complete Works of Sir Thomas Malory, which includes a transcript of the original Winchester manuscript of… 832 more words

King Arthur


Table adorned with instruments of death
and thrones crafted from mythical bones
of magic; the secret dwells in each breath
as my blood burns in fear, but I am alone. 81 more words


The Tale of a Youth who set out to Learn what Fear Was

Source: “Märchen von einem, der auszog, das Fürchten zu lernen.” From Kinder und Hausmärchen, by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm. Translated by Miss May Sellar. 401 more words

Blue Fairy Book

Happy New Year!

2018 already?

Where did 2017 go?

I noticed that my last blog post was in May of 2017. Ouch! Of course, I added pages to my website when my new books were released, but those don’t run in my blog. 646 more words