Myth America | Episode Four | On a Birthday! Today (March 26) is mythologist Joseph Campbell's birthday. It's also my birthday! - I thought I'd share a musing on the nature of birthdays - mythically, imaginally, metaphorically. On mid life,
Join us for a really cool conversation with longtime music executive Chris Hensley, from our Myth America vault...this show was recorded live on WIOX Community Radio 91.3 FM on January 26, 2016. - Among hundreds of other artists,
Early March, and spring is maybe, just maybe, on the horizon. The light is changing, and there is a new song in the woods. - We think of robins and crocuses as the harbingers of spring, but in the arboreal forests of North America,
Mythos & Logos We like to delineate, us humans. We want things to be different. And we want our way to be better. - That tends to takes us to defining the world in binary ways - pitching what we see as rational and empirical understandings against st...
Are we living in mythic times? Myth sits in the paradox of being both/and. It is true and untrue. It is metaphor – meta – carrying, phor – across – making meaning by moving from the literal to the abstract, the concrete to the intuited.