We’ve been quiet for a while but that is only because we’re busy writing. However, today I have reason to smile. I published my 100th “Art of Fantasy” post on my blog earlier today.

To celebrate the occasion I decided to look at the origins of fantasy, namely mythology and folklore. But I wanted something more than just a history lesson. So, I compiled a list of old legends and lore but seen through the eyes of contemporary artists.

Instead of the usual gods and monsters from Greek and Norse mythology, I also look at Slavic, African, and Chinese folklore and a few other little-known ones we don’t usually get to see.

Come take a look!


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Woelf Dietrich

Woelf Dietrich mostly writes tales of dark fantasy and the supernatural, which is maybe not such a far cry from his lawyering days. Sometimes he writes other things. He resides in New Zealand with his wife and kids and a dog.

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