Category Archives: Mythology

Lewis Spence and the Problem of Lemuria

If, like me, you love myth and folklore, you may know Lewis Spence as the author of numerous books, in the early twentieth century, about the mythology of different parts of the world. I find his books more readable and useful … Continue reading

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Review: Words of Re-Enchantment by Anthony Nanson – by Lorna Smithers

Originally posted on GODS & RADICALS:
Anthony Nanson is a storyteller and writer based in Stroud. He currently runs Awen Publications. Words of Re-Enchantment: Writings on Storytelling, Myth and Ecological Desire is a collection of essays originally written for various…

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Words of Re-enchantment – by Nimue Brown

Originally posted on Druid Life:
Anthony Nanson’s ‘Words of re-enchantment’ is a collection of essays which its subtitle labels as storytelling, myth and ecological desire. I’d go a lot further than this, because it’s a relevant book for anyone wanting…

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