Arthurian Adventure Destinations: Part 1: England

(To listen to this post as a podcast episode, click here!) One of the hardships of this pandemic is the lack of ability to travel. (Especially for those of us in the USA, thanks to those who refuse to wear masks. ) But in the meantime, until it’s safe to travel again, dreaming tends toContinue reading “Arthurian Adventure Destinations: Part 1: England”

The Cultural Diversity of the Round Table

(To listen to this post as an audio-blog podcast episode, click here!) The Knights of the Round Table are all known to be perfectly English. For some reason. The first thought that usually comes to mind upon hearing the words, “King Arthur”, is Medieval England. And it should be. It has become an English legend,Continue reading “The Cultural Diversity of the Round Table”

“Come and be Welcome.”

“With the opening of any Arthurian book begins a new adventure!” ~ Helen Borrello, Professor of Arthurian Literature (my college professor!) (To listen to this blog post as a Spotify podcast episode, click here!) Why Arthurian legend? Arthurian legend is an entire world in itself. Little kids really do still play “pretend”, pretending to beContinue reading ““Come and be Welcome.””