Category Archives: Folklore

Folklore and Inspiration: Redcaps, Pt. 1.

          There is a deep, dark forest of folklore out there, just waiting to be explored. Some parts of it are strange and unsettling. Other parts are lighter, a dazzle of sunlight through the leaves. But … Continue reading

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Of Sirens and Sorrow

**This post was originally featured on Rhonda Parrish’s blog.** “The Mermaid and the Dolphin” Arthur Rackham (1908). The ocean. So beautiful. So mysterious. So “full of fish,” as Kevin Kline’s character from French Kiss observed. And merfolk, maybe? For thousands of … Continue reading

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