The deep thoughts of Anthony Barker
Anthony Barker, author of The Visiting Professor, (which he needs to get published one of these days,) has waxed wise and poetic on his blog about my series The Child of the Erinyes.
And I didn’t have to do a thing! 😀
HERE is the link to his inimitable (yet “male-ishly” convoluted) style.
I do maintain that the sacrifice of the male “before he got boring” originated in Africa–by the time of my story, the Cretan kings were merely being sacrificed to assist the crops.
Posted on May 26, 2012, in Stanton Street Blog and tagged anthony barker, crete, crops, heroic tales, knossos, minoan, sacrifice of king, the visiting professor. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.