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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I realized this week that people who check out this news blog on my website, might not be aware of other things happening on other sections of the site – especially if I don’t mention it on the main blog. … Continue reading
I’ve just added a new blog section to the overall ScribblerWorks site, which will be devoted to my fantasy literature, specifically the works that are set in the secondary world of Arveniem. It can be FOUND HERE. I’ve yet to … Continue reading
I just uploaded a new poem to my Gallery. You can find it here. I wrote this poem when I was still an undergraduate. A campus ministry hosted a retreat for college students one autumn weekend, and I took part. … Continue reading
For a few years now, I’ve had my original Christmas cards for sale on my website, but I hadn’t really updated the page with newer designs. Well, today, I am happy to announce that I’ve redone the Christmas card gallery … Continue reading
As one of the tweaks I’m working on for the website over-all, I’ve changed the URLs for posts from WordPress’ default (which uses question marks and straight numbering of posts) to a date and name format. Unfortunately that means that … Continue reading
After reading a discussion on LiveJournal about problems that site has been having, and how many people are now backing up their posts there by duplicating them elsewhere, I think I will start a reposting project of my own entries. … Continue reading
Yeah, boring stuff, sort of. Actually, not so much. First off, I found a new background for my “Villanelle” poem that I’m really happy with. My friend Caroline Cicero, who lives out in Malibu, caught a beautiful sunrise coming up … Continue reading
I just did some revising of the site for The Scribbler’s Guide to the Land of Myth. I’ve put most of the material on that site into the Word Press blog template, and given the whole a new banner heading. … Continue reading
Yeah, I know. Posts about the progress of things “behind the scenes” are usually boring. And yet, there’s this compulsion to let people know what all is going on. I’m slowly revamping all the pages of the website: the navigation … Continue reading