What could be better than living as a nobleman in a society of learning and culture, respected for shrewdness and cunning, in which every man is his own master and can compete as equals according to their skills?
It was the poem said to have been a major inspiration for J.R.R. Tolkien when he wrote The Lord of the Rings, and heralded as one of the last epic poems to be written in the English language.
By Phoenix, April 30, 2015 Word Count: 1031 Rating: G Summary: A classic tale in verse Part 2: Wandering Long she wandered through the land Til coming to a fen she wove A cape and hood of rushes And donning them she covered Her rich and costly clothes And coming to a great house She... Continue Reading →
By Amanda Pizzolatto Word Count: 2752 Rating: PG Summary: Having accompanied Frodo and Sam to Mount Doom, Pearl Took gives her version of the end of the tale. Chapter 2: The Healing of Hurts I don’t know how long I slept or what happened during that time, but when I finally came to, I was... Continue Reading →
Few films attain an iconic status that allows them to stand the test of time and remain relevant to each successive generation so that it becomes a cultural institution that transcends time and has a shelf life which extends long beyond its initial release.
Some know Christ since they were born, other have to go through the, at times, very difficult internal struggle of pondering the big questions of life.
Our Spring Issue is going to be based on C.S. Lewis' works! These include (but are by no means limited to) the following: The Chronicles of Narnia, The Great Divorce, Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, The Space Trilogy, Till We Have Faces, etc. We are looking for everything including biographies, explanations, fanfiction, memoirs, poetry, reviews, speculation, theories, and more. This... Continue Reading →
Our 2017 Winter Themed Issue is here! Yes, the theme of the issue is Winter and Christmas. Fanfiction, original fiction, poetry, articles on many different aspects of the season & more - it's all here!