I may have done this before, but still…
Fantasy fiction, yaaay. Okay, the trickster line is a reference to how in folklore elves can be an equivalent to fae = trickster creatures you don’t trifle with. (Think Loki.)
It always comes back to this…
That funny old word for… sound words.
A little something on a beloved genre.
More love expressed for books and literature.
A poem reflecting on the popular (and world famous) literature genre of my home country.
Yes, I like the book Moby-Dick, so when a white whale pops up in the news… (Even if it wasn’t a sperm whale.)
I might have cheated a smidge with a line here and there to achieve the right effect for this batch.
Now that I have joined the vast community of creative individuals that work and practice in the world today I can’t help but take a closer look at it, pick out the slight differences that exist in what we produce and what gets readily consumed by the public. The arts, which is what I like to call everything that we all produce, whether it is traditional art, comics, literature, music, more cinematic endeavors or something else altogether all have different penetrating power and different appeal. What is the most common form of culture that we serve up to the masses? And what does that say about us as a creative community and society at large?