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Little People of the Southeast (Continued)

by Carolyn Dunn The Little People are indeed helpers and teachers. According to Jean Hill Chadhuri, the Muskogee oral historian and teacher, the Muskogee saw the Little People (Este Lubutke) as the "colorful and figurative way of speaking of the small bundles of energies of trees and bushes."(2) Jean Hill Chadhuri wrote that when the […]

Emilio’s Tale

by Bruce McAllister This is one of the many stories — some of which you have heard me tell and some not — of Emilio, the boy from Liguria whose mother entertained the men of the fishing village when their wives no longer could, and whose father left them before he was born. So Emilio, […]

When My Hair Was Woven with Duendes

(Continued) by Taiko Maria Haessler On the other side of Costa Rica, I discovered another restless forest spirit. On vacation from school, I traveled to Puerto Viejo, a beautiful, small village on the edge the sapphire–colored Caribbean sea. There I met Celia and her sisters living in a house on stilts, wedged between the rainforest […]

The Heart’s DesireThe Art of Jeanie Tomanek (Continued)

"As I made this transition from the business world into a full–time painter’s life, I read The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron — a book that changed the way I thought about my creativity.Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes also had a huge influence on me. It was there that I […]

Daughter of the Sun

a story of the Cherokee Little People by Carolyn Dunn The Sun lived on the other side of the sky from Redbird, who was her daughter. Every day the Sun would stop and visit her daughter’s house in the west for supper. Now, the Sun was the jealous sort, who didn’t understand why her grandchildren […]

The Mythic Mask (Continued)

Skeleton by Beckie Kravetz Masks and Death In cultures in which burial customs are important, anthropomorphic masks have often been used in ceremonies associated with the dead and departing spirits. Funerary masks were frequently used to cover the face of the deceased. Generally their purpose was to represent the features of the deceased, both to […]

Bringing Myth to Life

Sculptures by Wendy Froud Wendy Froud has gained an international following for art inspired by mythology, folklore, and the numinous world of nature. She is best known as a doll artist and designer of puppets for film and televisionbut in this exhibition we present the artists’ lesser known sculptural work. Some of the sculptures on […]

Cooling (Continued)

by Elizabeth Genco "Well, well, well," said Anna as she opened the door. "If it isn’t more proof of my psychic powers." "Nice to see you too," I smiled, stepping past her into the kitchen. A heavy glass flask, its narrow top plugged with clay but for a single hole, smoldered on the stove. A […]

Bluebeard (Continued) 2

by Terri Windling Illustration by Gillot In the following century, as women lost the social gains they’d made in the heady days of the salons, tales by L’Héritier and other women (D’Aulnoy, Murat, Bernard, etc.) fell out of fashion, while those by Perrault — with their simpler prose style,their moral endings, their meek and mild […]

Tibetan A lce Lha mo:The World Beneath the Tent (Continued) 3

The sudden sound of vigorous drum and cymbal music from outside the tent galvanized the audience. Lama J. leaned over and told me that this was the first drum signal, a ten minute warning that the performance was about to begin. Last minute stragglers rushed in and found seating. Others checked their supplies of snacks […]