Monthly Archives: February 2011

Comparative Myth

Since the Presocratics, scholars and sages have sought to compare and contrast the mythological portents of various socio-religious cultures.  More recently and most famously, Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell have talked at length about shared psychological archetypes and the oft … Continue reading

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Fiction Wars!

It’s interesting to note the ongoing battle between Literary and Commercial Fiction in the blogasphere.  Here is a smattering of opinions on the subject… and sides taken.  Be sure to let us know your own thoughts in the notes below. … Continue reading

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William G. Gray on Skylight Press

William G. Gray (1913-1992) was a true original whose books on Qabalah and ritual magic set a fresh pathway across which most others have followed. He was not always an easy man to get on with, but it says a … Continue reading

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Something’s Wrong with the Cornfields by Margaret Randall

Skylight Press is proud to introduce Something’s Wrong with the Cornfields, a collection of new poems by renowned poet, essayist, photographer, and social activist – Margaret Randall.  This unique book draws from a series of sacred landscapes, personal and shared histories, but … Continue reading

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