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A Busy Weekend

On Friday this week, I’ll be helping at the GLAWS booth at the Writers Digest Convention being held at the Loew’s in Hollywood. It will be interesting to observe the goings-on. On Saturday, in the afternoon the GLAWS Special Speaker … Continue reading

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Added a New Paper: Breaking the Pattern

Well, “new” in relative terms, that is. The paper, “Breaking the Pattern: Alan Garner’s The Owl Service and The Mabinogion” was written for Mythcon 24, held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 30-August 2, 1993. It was published in┬áMythlore 75, Winter 1994, … Continue reading

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Getting To Mythcon

Because this has been a very tough year for me all around, I fully expected that I would not be attending Mythcon, in spite of the fact that it was relatively near, in Berkeley. I just couldn’t afford it, not … Continue reading

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June at ScribblerWorks

Things have been rather slow around here. There is the perpetual job-hunting that is continually frustrating (as in, seeming to go no-where). Scraping by is no fun. I had hopes my niece Karen would be able to visit, but that … Continue reading

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Introduction to “For Love of Sophia”

“For Love of Sophia: The Mythic Tradition of the Wise Woman” The attached PDF file is the text of the paper I presented at Mythcon 34, the annual conference for the Mythopoeic Society, which was held at Nashville, Tennessee (July … Continue reading

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Full Report for Mythcon 42

Back in July, I posted about the beginning of my trip to Mythcon in Albuquerque. But I never did get around to fleshing out the rest of the trip. And then when I returned, I’d written a brief Mythcon Report … Continue reading

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The People of the Lie in the City

THE PEOPLE OF THE LIE IN THE CITY: SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT IN ALL HALLOW’S EVE┬ápresented at Mythcon 28, Malibu, California, August 8-11, 1997. All Hallow’s Eve, although the last of Charles Williams’ novels to be published happened to be the first … Continue reading

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“New” Paper Uploaded to Website

I have just added a “new” paper to the ScribblerWorks website, one I gave at Mythcon 28 in 1997. “The People of the Lie in the City: Spiritual Development in All Hallow’s Eve” uses a descriptive methodology found in the … Continue reading

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The Creature is Released from Travel Protection

The Creature is released from his travel protection. “Free at last! Free at last! Thank God Almighty, I’m free at last!” (I think he’s over-playing it, but I’ll let it ride, since he’s been wrapped up for two weeks.) It … Continue reading

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News Flash: Weary Traveler Returns Home

I reached home after Comic Con at 10 p.m. last night, and am still weary. I want to write up descriptions of my Mythcon activities as well as my adventures at Comic Con. But my brain is still just getting … Continue reading

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