Here are some of the amazing images in the new issue of Urthona which is full of lavish artwork, reproduced by an art printer to a very high standard.
Mythical beasts from Jung’s Red Book, the secret journal which was the fountainhead of all his later work.
Imaginative graphics by Stefanie (Ine) Grewe.
The Quest for the Holy Grail, an in depth investigation of the romance quest as a spritual journey by Ratnagarbha.
Interview about the art of story telling with author Kevin Crossley-Holland who says: ‘Like Icelandic Sagas, folk tales move from A to Z without digression. They deal in actions not feelings. So it follows that the proper language for retelling a tale should be simple and forthright…’Kevin is one of England’s best loved story tellers, renowned for his vivid collections of folk tales, and for the much loved Authur Trilogy.