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SANESA Q4 goals

With the last of the SANESA qualifiers on the horizon, I’m going to try something new. I’ve always got goals in my head for each show, but let’s put them on paper (in a manner of speaking) and see how they turn out. 313 more words

Horses

I’m still trucking through Malory’s Morte Darthur after a short break last week to read some Anglo-Saxon elegies and William Morris’s Arthurian poems. Malory’s brutal optimism started to wear on me and I found darker poems strangely consoling. 693 more words

Literature

The One-Eyed King - Part Two

(Don’t miss the beginning of the story. Read Part One.)

No one saw Ciaran come down from the North, but the legends say that he rode a dark rain cloud, just over the ground all the way to the gates of Camelot. 181 more words

Flash Fiction

The Du Lac Chronicles by Mary Anne Yarde

Alden Du Lac lost his kingdom to the ever ambitious Saxon, Cerdic and is about to lose his life.  Enter Cerdic’s daughter, Annis and thus we are thrust into a powerful story of loss, betrayal, torment, and above all, the love that sees them through.   138 more words

Book Review

Book Review: Le Morte d’Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory | #SmartReads

TheBreakaway | BreakawayConciousness
Zy Marquiez
June 2, 2017

A widely-known and timeless classic, Le Morte d’ArthurKing Arthur and the Knights Of The Round Table… 523 more words

Daily Musings

Five Arthurian Films You Should See Instead of Legend of the Sword

Guy Ritchie’s new film adaptation of the legend of King Arthur has been panned by the critics. But while this version may have flopped, there have been many more successful big screen depictions of the king and his round table retinue over the years. 1,007 more words

Film

Great Crime Fighters Together Part Six: Pens, Anchors and Ancient Evils Oh My

Pen spits out a spark of fire. Susan dive rolls, feeling every year and the time of being a mother reminding her she is not the teenage adventurer she once was. 1,314 more words

Bionic Knight