The Green Knight Trailer Teases A Darker & Unique Arthurian Tale — KAKUCHOPUREI.COM

David Lowery’s The Green Knight has finally received a new trailer after being delayed for a year since its original 29 May 2020 release date. The movie will now premiere on 30 July 2021. What’s unique about The Green Knight is that Dev Patel’s Sir Gawain will be the main protagonist, distinguishing it from other… TheContinue reading “The Green Knight Trailer Teases A Darker & Unique Arthurian Tale — KAKUCHOPUREI.COM”

Don’t Offend the Fairy Folk by Suggesting They Are Imaginary — Daily Quote — Jo Hawk

This quote tickled me. There are characters in my brain who would object to others questioning their existence. They have just started speaking with me, so I don’t want to offend them and risk losing the astonishing tales they are sharing with me. It places a tremendous responsibility on my shoulders. I feel an obligation […]Continue reading “Don’t Offend the Fairy Folk by Suggesting They Are Imaginary — Daily Quote — Jo Hawk”

There’s No Such Thing as Slavic Fantasy (Except…) — Vesna Kurilic Official

There is no such thing as Slavic fantasy. There is no such thing as Slavic fantasy. There… oh, dammit. There’s No Such Thing as Slavic Fantasy (Except…) — Vesna Kurilic Official

Believe Fairytales Are Real, Magic Exists, and Life Begins After Your Morning Coffee – Daily Quote — Jo Hawk

It’s Friday. We’ve almost made it through the week, and the only thing I want is a steaming hot pot of strong, black coffee. It is the proven brew that will sustain me and get me through the day. That’s not asking for much. Is it? Some people give me a hard time about what […]Continue reading “Believe Fairytales Are Real, Magic Exists, and Life Begins After Your Morning Coffee – Daily Quote — Jo Hawk”

My Mind Castle is Constantly Besieged

If you’re a fan of, or at least somewhat familiar with, the BBC’s Sherlock you’re probably acquainted with the concept of the Mind Palace. Well, mine is a Mind Castle of the motte and bailey variety. When I think of palaces I think of the fancy dwellings of Disney Princes and Princesses, or of MadContinue reading “My Mind Castle is Constantly Besieged”

“Joy Beyond the Walls of the World, Poignant as Grief,” with J.R.R. Tolkien and Frederick Buechner — A Pilgrim in Narnia

This week, I have decided to share my thoughts about Frederick Buechner‘s recent book, The Remarkable Ordinary: How to Stop, Look, and Listen to Life (2017), and to share some highlights from the text. Drawing materials from his memoirs in a storied approach to his life, Buechner wants to draw out how the transformational moments are […]Continue reading ““Joy Beyond the Walls of the World, Poignant as Grief,” with J.R.R. Tolkien and Frederick Buechner — A Pilgrim in Narnia”