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The Power Of Myth: Remembering Joseph Campbell, March 26, 1904-October 30, 1987 By John Morgan, 2,315 Words
Posted in Blog on Mar 27, 2017 — 71 reads, 1 comment
Robinson Jeffers: Poet And Prophet By James Karman, 2015, Stanford University Press, 245 Pages
Posted in Blog on Mar 26, 2017 — 52 reads
Watch The Lights Fade By Robinson Jeffers, 1941
Posted in Blog on Mar 23, 2017 — 96 reads
The Soul’s Desert By Robinson Jeffers, 1939
Posted in Blog on Mar 23, 2017 — 85 reads
The Sirens By Robinson Jeffers, 1941
Posted in Blog on Mar 21, 2017 — 75 reads
Impressions Of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Fellowship Of The Ring
Posted in Blog on Mar 21, 2017 — 173 reads
Clark Ashton Smith - Marooned In Andromeda
Posted in Blog on Mar 5, 2017 — 92 reads, 1 comment
Be Angry At The Sun And For Una By Robinson Jeffers
Posted in Blog on Mar 3, 2017 — 86 reads
The Root Of Ampoi By Clark Ashton Smith
Posted in Blog on Mar 3, 2017 — 86 reads
Lost Civilizations Of Peru And Polynesia
Posted in Ancient Combat on Mar 2, 2017 — 139 reads, 1 comment
Clark Ashton Smith - The Uncharted Isle
Posted in Blog on Jan 27, 2017 — 113 reads, 1 comment
Love The Wild Swan By Robinson Jeffers
Posted in Blog on Jan 20, 2017 — 125 reads
Iona: The Graves Of The Kings By Robinson Jeffers, 1931
Posted in Blog on Jan 11, 2017 — 159 reads, 1 comment
Patrick Le Brun - The Truth Behind Assassin’s Creed & Templar Plots
Posted in Ancient Combat on Jan 11, 2017 — 115 reads
Clark Ashton Smith – Xeethra, Read By Nathan Kloske
Posted in Blog on Jan 6, 2017 — 82 reads, 1 comment
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Thirty years alone, on the streets of Baltimore without a friend, a gang, a club, or even a faithful dog to watch his back, has taught the author seven truths about living alone in a dangerous world. LaFond has alternately been the target of police aggression, black gang violence, and white supremacist assassins. Taboo You was written for those few men who find themselves alone in a world they do not agree with; a handbook for militant individuality in a collectivist age. If you vote, don’t buy this book. Also see:
 
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