Happy Sunday! We are continuing our October Spooktacular with the next 52 books category - Myths, Monsters, and Imagination.
Monsters in Entertainment: Obsession or Projection?
Eight creepiest mythical creatures from around the world
Terrifying monsters in literature
Samhain Reading List: 13 Frightening Works of Fiction for Celebrating Halloween’s Celtic Roots
Caspar Henderson: rereading The Book of Imaginary Beings by Jorge Luis Borges
"The Book of Imaginary Beings tosses stone after stone into the subterranean caverns of the reader's mind. It takes us along passageways and turns corners to reveal strange shapes and images, some of which may precede and outlast anything conceived by man. If we are attentive, the reverberations can help us trace the dimensions of those spaces. We glimpse chinks of light and are then engulfed in sudden dazzling floods of it." Casper Henderson, The Guardian.
Getty's An Introduction to the Bestiary, Book of Beasts in the Medieval World
Let's not forget my son's favorite - Godzilla and all the monsters he's fought over the years from Mothra to King Kong. Toho's Kingdom of the Monsterverse and all things Godzilla.
And our A to Z and Back Again letter and word of the week are J and Juggernaut.
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