Tag Archive: Arthurian

The Black Knight and the Night of the Ancestors: Part 2

“Assuring his knife harness was in place, he ran down the stairs to find the Ladies of Avalon had arrived…”

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The Black Knight and the Night of the Ancestors: Part 1

“’We are planning a feast for the Night of the Ancestors, My Lord…”

Arthur and the Vale of Shadows: A Tale of Dracula in the Days of Camelot

“Hear the cry of your blood-bought son. Shadows around me seek to destroy my very soul and snuff out my life, but You are with me…”

Hearth of My Heart

“I’m being called home to the place of belonging, where the turf fire burns and the cauldron boils…”

The Lady of Shalott: Part 1

A fan-fiction multi-chapter story of romantic tragedy, told first person from the perspective of Elin, the Lady of Shalott.

Diwrnach Is Dead

“’Diwrnarch is dead,’ the King of Annwn’s voice is like a death knell. His cloak is darker than the shadows of the hall yet his eyes are bright as stars.” (Rated: PG-13)

Beyond the Mists

“We of the Fae have understanding of the tales to still unfold…”

The Privilege of Little Words and Mighty Swords: Death, Love, Mystery, and Myth

Read this scholarly article by Bradley J. Birzer on the interconnection of death, love, mystery, and myth viewed through a Christological lens as exemplified in the works of G.K. Chesterton and T.S. Eliot.