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Review: PERSEPHONE by Kaitlin Bevis and THAT MOMENT WHEN (anthology)

Reviews by Gill-Marie Stewart

PERSEPHONE by Kaitlin Bevis 

Combining elements of Greek gods and myths with present day characters isn’t exactly a new idea, but when it’s done well – as here – it’s great fun. 345 more words


Perfect Persephones

We all like a book list don’t we – and so I have another one for you, a list of perfect Persephone reads.

My Libraything catalogue tells me I have 89 Persephone books, a mixture of fiction, non-fiction and short stories, 6 of them I still have to read. 995 more words

CHAPTER ONE -- persephone

The memory’s I have including my eighth grade teacher Miss, Peterson was her first question. Obviously I remember the basic questions as in ‘’What’s your name?’’ or ‘’How are you?’’. 1,021 more words


Mythology: Cyane

“T’was on one bright March morning I bid New Orleans adieu
And I took the rode to Jackson town, me fortune to renew
I cursed all foreign money, no credit could I gain… 196 more words

'It's the fruit of death, Mrs. Jackson!'

How the infamous pomegranate became the seed of my new novel from Orca Books

It was Edith Hamilton, with her Mythology, who got me addicted as a girl to the great myths of Ancient Greece and Rome. 664 more words


Masson saw skulls spilled in Champagne,
tried to box the damage in canvas.
In a new year pomegranates are lucky, they say.
If one is offered with bowed head… 41 more words


Advice from Persephone: a poem

Staff Writer

Your name is meant to sound like soft rain on a spring day
but it crumbles beneath the tongues of those… 140 more words

Sword And Shield