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Before the Dawn by Rupert Copping

In the beginning, the elders told him, there was neither light nor darkness, because in the beginning nothing existed. But then, for reasons that were unclear, the Holy Source had awakened like a person from sleep. When the Holy Source … Continue reading

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The Dream of the Black Topaze Chamber by Hugh Fox

“During the day there’s the paradox of bright sun, jade bamboo, emerald persimmon leaves, malachite palms, and wind-sheets of bright (disguised) antarctic cold. But at night the island sails into mute, drained death. They both huddle under their fake black fur…” An intellectual … Continue reading

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Immortal Jaguar by Hugh Fox

As Richard Morris attests – “Hugh Fox is an American original. There is no one else writing like him today.” One could add that this poet, novelist, renowned academic, and living small press icon is an ‘American original’ in the … Continue reading

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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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