Karl Edward Wagner rounds out his collection Echoes of Valor with a modern Arthuriana story ‘Wet Magic’ by Henry Kuttner (1915-1958). This story was originally published in… 701 more words
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As each New Year approaches, my holiday tradition is to reread the Middle English verse romance, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. This year, I asked readers to suggest what aspect of the poem I should address. 1,063 more words
The following is one of my favorite exchanges from my unpublished young adult fiction manuscript “The Knights With No Lords”. Here we find the 17-year-old Morgan sulking in the shadows as her secret love cavorts with the other lads down in the courtyard below. 1,505 more words
Last week, we looked at the infamous “evil queen” of Arthurian literature, Morgan le Fay, and found that she’s too complicated of a character to warrant the stigma of pure evil. 1,247 more words
Duel of Witches
Surveillance duty, Ceridwen decided, was tremendously dull.
The other witches of the gathering, Huldra, Hecate, and the rest of the malevolent brood, had oh so kindly decided that Ceridwen would be in charge of watching over the fledgling witch-girl Tegwen due to their relatively close proximity. 2,011 more words