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Issue 35 (2013)

In this issue, we welcome back some previous authors, namely Dag Rossman, with more of the story of Faragrim, the Draug. Joe Christopher also returns with a new perspective on an ancient myth. Ryder Miller shares a short poem relevant to contemporary problems. David Sparenberg once more shares more of his poetry, evoking myths of Earth and environment. L. C. Atencio, with us for the second time, provides a lively cover illustration and brings two stories to vivid and detailed life. Tim Callahan provides three grand and vibrant scenes of conflict, one of them the back cover. Philip Reuss returns with a spooky illustration of a demonic challenger to the world order.. With us for the first time as short story writers are Tannara Young, Joanna Michael Hoyt and Scathe meic Beorh with their stories, one in a contemporary setting, the others in the distant past or in another world. With poems based on familiar and unfamiliar mythology, we welcome Seth Leeper, Alexander Dove Lempke and Shane Clack. Also new to The Mythic Circle is Gonzalo Canedo with his illustrations of half-seen presences in two poems.

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Mythic Circle #35
Gwenyth E. Hood

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Editorial Introduction

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Editorial
Gwenyth E. Hood

Contributors

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Contributors
Gwenyth E. Hood

Fiction

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The Summer Valley
Tannara Young

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Poseidon and Queen Cassiopea
Joe R. Christopher

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The Mind Has Mountains
Joanna Michal Hoyt

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Myself to Myself
Scathe meic Beorh

Poetry

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Persephone Rising
Seth Leeper

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The Pale Wanderer
Alexander Dove Lempke

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Kurdénras
Alexander Dove Lempke

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The Eye
Ryder Miller

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Friday
Shane Clack

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And of Our Mother
David Sparenberg

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  • Gwenyth E. Hood, Marshall University