A Thing or Two About Centaurs

The most popular theory of how this mythical creature came about was when the Minoans, a people who lived around 2700-1400 BC, first saw a tribe of nomads. The Minoans were a non-riding culture; the nomads were great horsemen. To the eyes of the Minoans, watching horse and man move so fluidly together, it looked as [...]

A Thing or Two About Fauns and Satyrs

Satyrs and fauns began as creatures very different from each other. The faun was half-man, half-goat, and the satyr was depicted as a hairy, stocky dwarf. But eventually the Romans noted some of the similarities between their fauns and the Greek satyrs, and over the years the features and characteristics of the two began to [...]

A Thing or Two About Unicorns

There are very few mythical creatures considered to be “good” in all different stories, cultures/traditions. But the unicorn is one of them. The unicorn itself represents many things in different stories. Most commonly, the unicorn is a symbol of purity and virtue. In the Middle Ages, the unicorn became a religious symbol, especially in art. [...]

Mythical Retelling, Guest Post, and Upcoming Release Date!

Well, today is an exciting day! Mythical Retelling My short story, The Cost, was published in the Timeless Tales Magazine edition which released today! It is based on the Greek mythological story of Pandora's Box (I just love mythology, don't you?!). If you're not familiar with the story, you might want to visit here first [...]