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The (uneasy?) marriage between fact and fiction

In the previous blog Entertainment over historical accuracy, the comments received ranged from not being impressed with the film or the depiction of Egypt and the “exodus”, the misinterpretation of information to acceptance that the film industry glosses and loosely portrays the truth. (I hope you’re not out of breath after that long sentence!) We…

Pandora is out of the Box!

The day has arrived and Boxed in a Curse is out, out, OUT. Pandora has once again opened the proverbial box (really an urn) and now is in the ethers of digital space. I hope she finds a good home to settle and entertain. Blurb She was created by the gods as a gift to…

Who Were the Olympian Gods?

Their story goes back thousands of years, long before writing was invented. The magic of words sung and passed down from generation to generation. It was Hesiod who first told their story in his oratorical piece Theogony; literally translated as “the birth of the gods.” Though some experts suggest he got his inspiration from Homer’s…