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25 July 2006 @ 01:27 pm
Witchvox, New Journal, etc.  

I submitted my essay A Personal Philosophy of Faery Art to Witchvox a little while ago, and to my great surprise and delight, they have actually published it on their site! Here it is! I was concerned because I thought it might be too much of a stretch to be considered relevant (I thought that it might be relevant since faeries are a part of a traditional Pagan worldview and in many cases, they are also a part of contemporary Pagan worldviews), but I guess the editors thought it was relevant enough. I'm not going to argue.

Also, I'm in the process of creating a new LJ devoted solely to my more serious musings on art, mythology, Faery, Nature, etc. :deerwoman. Originally, that was the intention of this journal, but I have strayed somewhat. I don't want to delete everything I deem "not serious/pensive enough" from this journal, so I've decided instead to start fresh with a different one. I have no intentions of deleting or abandoning this account. There will still be more posts relevant to those subjects listed above, but this journal will also continue to include my generic ramblings, rants, etc. whereas the new one will not. I may also be copying/transferring previous significant posts from this journal to the new one as well. So, if you'd like to avoid my periodic babbling and whining, you may wish to friend the new journal instead of this one! ;)
ambience: the hum of the computer
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{to await from the stars}sphinxmuse on July 26th, 2006 05:11 am (UTC)
Thank you for the add and the compliment!
Leandraleandra_nyx on July 26th, 2006 12:31 pm (UTC)
Hi there, I've had your personal page bookmarked for some years now, and have always enjoyed your art and writing. The other day I decided to check to see if you'd made any updates, and saw that you had a livejournal! So I thought I'd add you. :-) I hope you don't mind.
{to await from the stars}sphinxmuse on July 26th, 2006 04:31 pm (UTC)
I don't mind at all if you add me :)
Cat Mallarddarklingwoods on July 29th, 2006 04:22 am (UTC)
love your essay! thanks for the link, I'll have to check the site out as well :)

I've long admired the Frouds (I'm especially partial to Wendy's dolls .. I got to see one on exhibit a few years ago and will never forget her) and I can't believe the ways people find to rip him off! Lee's work is so evocative and fluid, maybe that's why he isn't copied as much? I also have to mention that I got to meet Lee at a gallery for mythic journeys in 2004 and he was incredibly gracious and unassuming

its really great when someone you admire turns out wonderful