The spears, the spires I aspired to be as reaching because what
did you know about tapers.
The principal villains for the first eight seasons are the Goa’uld, parasitic alien snakes
Is loneliness worth it, then, if it sometimes leads to great works of art?”
This tale about everybody having to die doesn’t set too well with me.
In the anorexia ward, otherwise known as the Island of Sad Princessess, she was the youngest
King of the uncharactered, the Voynich manuscript takes cipher sleuthing to velum-unraveling heights. Antiquarian Wilfred Voynich purchased it from the Collegio Romano in 1912, his widow setting in motion a chain of bequeathments prior to its Yale arrival 57 years later. Illustrations provide the codex’s only potential clues—herbology, astronomy, cosmology, or pharmaceutical practices stemming from […]
Suddenly is canon in folklore the way it’s canon in truth: the world changes.
The phrase “Gothic church umbrella” doesn’t convey grotesquery, yet this was the gargoyle’s original purpose, their spouted heads diverting rainwater from building walls. We have France’s St. Romanus to thank for the legend itself, as he drove the horrific Gargouille out of his homeland. Accounts of Romanus’s methods fall between the solo (aided only by a […]
Unlikely to star in a fairy tale anytime soon, flies nonetheless play a role in the Grimm Brothers’ “The Brave Little Tailor.” A breakfast annoyance, seven flies are felled by the meek clothier with a single swat, his personalized belt which reads “seven in one blow” leading to a series of adventures in the garment-maker’s […]