Showing posts with tag: Myths and Legends

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APRIL

Author Q&A with Hari Kunzru

The author of Gods Without Men discusses myths, UFOs, and the future of literature... I think it’s time to expand our thought of what literature can be. At the moment, my biggest formal limitation is the production process imposed by the publishing industry, and the lack of distribution (and indeed archiving) of other kinds of work. Read more →
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MARCH

Litro #141: Myths & Legends – Letter from the Editor

Dear Reader,

There’s something timeless about the best stories. While societies grow and history marches forever onwards, human nature hasn’t changed much over the centuries. It’s little wonder that we’re still fascinated by tales of Odysseus and Penelope, Odin and Loki. They may be immortal, but the gods of myth and legend are often just as human as you and I.

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