Category Archives: werewolves

Aged in Oaken Heroes: Heroic Fantasy & Imagined History

What is the proper setting for heroic fantasy? Sometimes it seems that the Heroic Age is like the Golden Age of Science Fiction: twelve (according to the now-elderly wisecrack). Anyway, it is widely agreed that heroic fantasy is set in … Continue reading

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Just to Prove I’m Still Here…

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Three (?) Things

Thing 1. I’ve been sneaking back into blogging by bookblogging a little bit. My latest effort is a review of Bujold’s Cryoburn at the Blog Gate. And a whilish while ago I posted some babble about Cabell at the same … Continue reading

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Whenwolves?

The question came up in my myth class today: do all these werewolf and vampire stories go back to ancient Greece and Rome? The short answer is: not all, but some. Blood-drinking ghosts are a feature of Greek myth from … Continue reading

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