Posts Tagged ‘mythopoetics’

“A Conversation on Archetype and Mythology with Dennis P. Slattery, Ph.D.” We are living in a unique paradox: more information than anyone can digest in ten lifetimes and yet more narrow thinking, more illiteracy, more national and global sufferings. I think we are in an age of information excess or overload. A recent book by […]


Greetings! This is the first part of an interview conducted by Skip Conover about Jung and mythopoetics. “Interview with Dennis P. Slattery, Ph.D. About Mythopoetics, Part 1” 1. How were you first introduced to the concepts of Carl Jung? What happened that led you to make his concepts a central theme of your career? Interesting […]


Harvesting Darkness: Essays on Literature, Myth, Film and Culture (2006) is a gathering of essays over decades on topics of sustained interest to the author. The essays are divided into more formal treatments of literature, culture and myth as well as more popular essays that originally appeared in newspapers and magazines that attend to the […]