Obscure Tales: The Apkallu

Welcome to the first installment of my new weekly series, "Obscure Tales." Each week I'll delve deep into obscure folktales and mythologies from cultures across the spectrum. I'll explore stories that are not so mainstream and I'll show how they overlap and that somehow there is a golden thread that ties each one to the other. … Continue reading Obscure Tales: The Apkallu

#Art of Fantasy 41: Peter Mohrbacher

I have another unique artist for you today. Peter Mohrbacher is an independent illustrator and concept artist living in the Chicago area. He works primarily on self-owned projects in addition to some freelance work. Peter previously worked in the gaming industry for years before he decided to devote all his time to a personal project called, Angelarium. … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 41: Peter Mohrbacher

The Morrígan: Some Historical Context

I like to play with mythology in my stories. To compare them and mix them and really dig into the histories of ancient civilizations from across our little world. You find interesting stories. Stories of old gods who had to destroy even older gods because they didn't like being told what to do or because … Continue reading The Morrígan: Some Historical Context