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Travel Myth

She finds her life boring and monotonous; Hates her 9-5 job which feeds her. She finds no happiness.

She decides to travel the whole world. 205 kata lagi

Writing Challenge

what's a little arcana between friends?

Ah, the things we learn going down the rabbit hole of internet research. According to Wikipedia, in the Vikings Tarot, the Hermit is Heimdallr living at the edge of Asgard, watching for signs Ragnarok. 28 kata lagi

Playing With Poetry

Cupid's Lie - Damien Hirst

We all know the image of the chubby cherub.  The one with the bow and arrow that can spark love in an instant.  The image is used every February on cards that we send as a hallmark tradition to tell that special person that we love them more on that one day than any other, as usually you are probably having to pick up their sock from the bathroom floor, or wanting to smother them in their sleep because they are snoring. 1.003 kata lagi

Postaday

#writephoto: Snow giants

This short piece is for Sue Vincent’s Thursday photo prompt. It’s a really beautiful photo, but somehow it didn’t inspire a specific story, just this rather general disaster scenario. 128 kata lagi

Remembering Tolkien

Though read today as a children’s book, J.R.R.Tolkien’s The Hobbit and its sequel The Lord of the Rings has also been the subject of serious study, seen as a conscious and systematic effort at creating a mythology for England. 762 kata lagi

Lord Shiva Trilogy By Amish Tripathi

The Shiva Trilogy is a series of three fantasy myth novels by an Indian author Amish Tripathi, released annually from 2010 to 2013. The Shiva Trilogy has become the fastest selling book series in the history of Indian publishing, with 2.5 million copies in print and over Rs 70 crore in sales. 491 kata lagi

Books

Black Douglas: the Bushranger and the Man

On 31 October 2017, the Graduate Workshop welcomed Meg Foster of the University of New South Wales. Her current PhD research examines the legacy of Australia’s infamous bushrangers. 392 kata lagi

Diaspora Studies Graduate Workshop Summary