The current featured article is "BREAKING THE PATTERN: ALAN GARNER'S THE OWL SERVICE AND THE MABINOGION"
This paper was presented at Mythcon 24 in 1993. It was an opportunity for me to write about a lovely little book I had always enjoyed. Years later, it had the advantage of being a rare piece of scholarship on the works of Alan Garner, which led to it being selected for inclusion in THE CHILDREN'S LITERATURE REVIEW, vol. 130.
I hope you will enjoy it!
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Tag Archives: Colleen Doran
The last weekend of May this year, I made a trip over to Phoenix, thanks to the generosity of a couple of friends there. They had offered to put me up for the duration of the Phoenix Comicon, and paid … Continue reading
On Facebook earlier today, artist Colleen Doran posted a link to an interesting blog article that featured some comments by Mike Rowe about the “follow your passion” advice that usually gets passed around easily. Rowe’s comments gave me some food … Continue reading
Senator Leahy is introducing a bill going after copyright infringement. This is serious stuff. Colleen Doran on her blog, FOUND HERE, has spoken to congressional persons about this issue recently, in support of this bill. She’s posted the whole text … Continue reading
It was no joke when I drove up to San Francisco on April 1. Since there was a possibility of rain throughout the middle of California that day, I decided to drive US 101 instead of I-5. I didn’t want … Continue reading
Comic book creator (writer and artist) Colleen Doran recently asked me to write a Guest Blog for her website. So I took the opportunity to muse (or rant) about screenwriters who decide to turn their scripts into graphic novels. You … Continue reading