Folklore Thursday Week 2 – B

Welcome to the second instalment of the alphabetical look at folklore and mythology from around the world. This week I’ll be looking at some figures beginning with the letter ‘b’. These include the Benu bird, Blue Tezcatlopoca, Bunyip, Byelobog, and the Bram-Bram-Bult.

A Forgotten Empire, Spiritualism, Celtic Languages, and a Ship

This week I have for you a podcast about a physical notation system by the Incas that consisted of coloured, knotted string, a beautiful song and music video by Radical Face and four articles that range from spiritualism to music appreciation. (Though not music appreciation by supernatural beings. Hmm… talk about story inspiration…)

Weekly Finds – Lore, Sagas, and Vikings!

Welcome to the second instalment of the Weekly Finds blogpost! This week there’s a podcast, a huge database of sagas, and some reference and research works as well. Podcast of the Week: Lore Sometimes the truth is more frightening than fiction. Since I discovered the Lore podcast (and listened to all the episode), I anxiously…… Continue reading Weekly Finds – Lore, Sagas, and Vikings!

Camp NaNoWriMo Update Two

After a weekend where I felt like I was moving at a snail’s pace (you can’t really do word sprints when working on an academic article), I do feel like I am getting somewhere at least. And I have Friday off, which means more time to work on the SASMARS article. That being said, I…… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo Update Two