Greek-mythology stories, books, poems, and more

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Anahit has held many titles during her 1000 years of life. During her mortal years, she had gone by princess Anahit, daughter of Tigranes the Great, and twin sister of prince Tir. In these years she helped to expand the kingdom of Tigranocerta alongside her companion and personal guard Calisto.… Read More

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This is the prologue to one of my current WIP's. This is a working title and may not be the published title when finished. Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 21, 2023

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Persephone was written from the emotions we all endure from the realization that the person we thought we knew, is actually wearing a mask. We then question all that we have experienced with them, trying to make sense of things, until we finally realize the truth. Just as Persephone, would… Read More
In the temple of Eros, Greece, 112 B.C. Read More

Book / Poetry

November 27, 2022

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The son of a demigod sets out for a voyage from Greece, along with his companions. During the journey, the fate sets him against the sea god Poseidon. What did he do that upset the sea god? Why did he do that? Will he be victorious, or perished? Or worse,… Read More
A fictional retelling of Icarus, from his point of view. Read More
What if the Olympic Greek god's were real and returned to our modern world with all their powers? Military and technology meet mythology as the god's try to orient themselves to our rules and culture. Religion and politics try to cope with the new powers and beliefs and the god's… Read More

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A reimagining of Ovid's version of Medusa's story. Cover art by Art de Noé Read More
Sappho and her young handmaidens, Portia and Alexandra, plight their love for each other on the isle of Lesbos. A blind beggar enters and warns them against the sins of lesbianism, but they brush him off. Sappho decides to kill her husband, Zeus, in order to be free to indulge… Read More
A poem dedicated to my goddess, and a Greek mythological deity. Read More
The third installment of Bragi finds his muse is here! Last time on the Myth Behind the Gard, Bragi and his Draugr companion Leif had set out to seek the aid of the muses, and up-and-coming fusion band! But how will Bragi convince these young godlings to join his cause?… Read More
Mnemosyne Hayes has always been a troubled kid, being abandoned by his parents who he never met, he's lived in the foster homes for all of his life. He was about to go off to university when suddenly he found the truth, her mother is the goddess of earth, GAIA.… Read More
Not done yet but will be posting chapter 1 soon. Read More
Life used to be perfect for me. I was a top student in college, and i had a good job in bodypainting. I even had a girlfriend. And then one night, one horrible night, it was all torn from me. I had a normal name. But like everything else, that… Read More
The Demon Of Minos is edited/revised by Gene Santiago, and all creative liberties made here were only done for entertainment reasons only. The Demon Of Minos contains a lot of explicit content in it, so only people who are 18 and above should read this short story. Read More
Arcadian Lord Lycaon is only meant to read by people who are 18 years or older of age due to explicit content and religious themes. Arcadian Lord Lycaon is made for entertainment purposes only. Absolutely no disrespect towards all kinds of religion is intended with the creative liberties made in… Read More
In Olympus, no one knows how to party quite like the Gods. There is much to celebrate since the dawn of the Gods has never been mightier. Chaos strikes when the God of the Underworld falls in love for a forbidden Goddess. Join me in this modern tale of… Read More
Every man must do two things alone; he must do his own believing and his own dying. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr Read More

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Do not seek the because - in love there is no because, no reason, no explanation, no solutions. Anais Nin Read More

Poem / Romance

August 08, 2018

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Romance is the glamour which turns the dust of everyday life into a golden haze Carolyn Gold Heibrun Read More

Book / Romance

June 19, 2018

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Perseus is on a mission of his own arrogance. Thank the gods he is not alone. He has the will of Athena, Hermes, the Gorgon sisters and a small army. Now, South of the Nile river, at the heart of the river Delta is the… Read More
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