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Weekly Finds 2017!

Welcome to the first Weekly Finds post of 2017!

A New Short Story Collection by Sharon Ruth Parkinson

After the End is a new short story collection by Sharon Ruth Parkinson that will be released in January 2017!

Folklore and Myth Thursday: Week 9 – I

This week I am focusing on elements and characters beginning with “I”. These include: Ichthys Wheel, Incense, Indalo, Irnan, Ulluyankas, Ila-Ilai Langit, and Irik.

Folklore and Myth Thursday – F

Fenrir, Fir Bholg, the Fomorii, Fravashi, and the Feathered Serpent Fenrir Along with the Midgard Serpent, Hel, and Sleipnir, the wolf Fenrir is one of Loki’s offspring. The great wolf bites off the god Tyr’s hand when the gods set out to bind the… Continue Reading “Folklore and Myth Thursday – F”

Folklore and Myth Thursday – E

Elle Folk, Élivágar, Enki and Ea, and Epona Elle Folk “Known as Elle Folk, in Denmark, Elf women are human-sized with long blond hair and an entirely hollow back” (Rosen, 2009:269). The Elle men, however, are shorter and look “like little old bearded men… Continue Reading “Folklore and Myth Thursday – E”

Gone and Lost Forever

There are times when you despair about technology. These past two weeks I have been despairing on and off. You see, my main story bible for Airtha-Eyrassa, something I had spent hours and hours building is no more.

Folklore & Myth Thursday – D

Today I’ll cover the Daghdha, Daitya, dandelion, Danu, Dazhbog, and Da Zodji.

Letter from SASMARS (or Rivendell?)

I’m writing this (for the most part) at Mont Fleur in Stellenbosch where the SASMARS Conference for 2016 was held from 25 to 28 August.

Folklore Thursday Week 3 – C

Cranial shaping, Crow and Crab, Coatlicue and Cocytus

Deep Time, Secret Libraries, and Lost Species

This week I’m at the SASMARS Conference, so it’s going to be a bit of a shorter Weekly Finds as I’m compiling this earlier in the week. I do hope you still enjoy all these links! Videos of the Week: Can we bring back… Continue Reading “Deep Time, Secret Libraries, and Lost Species”