Re: [mythsoc] Re: Christian fantasy bookstores and mythopoeia
- On the other hand, before we get too deep in crankiness, I have to say...
some of them are awesome resources. Graymoor Monastery is among them.
Where else can you compare Bible versions, buy inspirational postcards, and
just see such wide selections of certain subjects. I guess like any
independent business, they will vary widely.
As for books, OK how about William Morris and his worlds... they have this
sense of timelessness. They feel mythic, but I don't know about
mythopoeic. I'm not sure they really engender any myths. It's been a
while though, for me.
Elizabeth Apgar Triano
amor vincit omnia