Journey to the Sea #10
- I have published the tenth issue of my online myth magazine Journey
to the Sea [http://journeytothesea.com/%5d. This issue includes an
interview with Amy H. Sturgis (past Mythcon Guest of Honor) about science fiction, an article on Madeleine L'Engle's *Many Waters*, and an article discussing how authors (including Tolkien, L'Engle, and Neil Gaiman) often describe their fictional worlds and characters as something they discover rather than something they invent.
Virtual Unicorns: Religion & Science in *Many Waters*
Laura looks at *Many Waters* to explore Madeleine L'Engle's use of material from the Bible, Jewish and Christian apocrypha, theoretical physics, and more to tell a moving story of love, devotion and sacrifice.
Science Fiction Primer: Interview with Amy H. Sturgis
Amy H. Sturgis is an author, speaker, and professor at Belmont University. Randy spoke with her about science fiction and its relationship to mythology.
Fictional Worlds, Invisible Reality
Authors often describe their fictional worlds and characters as something they discover rather than something they invent. Randy looks at a number of quotations, connecting this phenomenon with mythical thinking.