The novel that may have started the psychic vampire phenomenon, the story follows a young woman as a mysterious man is involved in her life who is eventually revealed to be feeding off her psychic energy to survive the long stresses of undead life. ... [click here for more]
Using various types of occult practices, Vere sheds a light on the types of magic and necromancy practised during the time this book was written. He draws on many sources and educates everyone in where these types of forms came from, who are the major players and how they are being practised in his time. ... [click here for more]
This epic poem focuses on the heroic Aeneas as he flees from the Trojan disaster and makes his way to what is to become the mighty Roman empire. He travels all over the lands of the Greco-Roman myths including going to the dreaded underworld to face his very fate itself. ... [click here for more]
A poem written in four books that focus on the ways and life of the agriculturalists of the ancient Greeks. These poems open up with a prayer to the agricultural deities of ancient Greece and then expanding later into a philosophical work dealing with how the agricultural life of the typical farmer is something that should model the lives of all humans in all times. ... [click here for more]
Using the template laid out by the poems of Theocritus, Virgil makes a Roman version that lays out several mythic and political revolutions that make it quite different than the Greek counterpart. The image of the singing farmers and the embracing or suffering through revolutionary love and the happiness or unhappiness is causes. ... [click here for more]
Why take the Make Art Not War Challenge?
When times are tough, the feeling that artists are not necessary tends to permeate. Art is viewed as frivolous or a luxury since we don’t produce food, clothing, or housing. The exact opposite is true, however, because in charged political climates artists document and represent our humanity and all our struggles be they violent or peaceful... [click here for more]