We typically associate comedy with humor – jokes, pratfalls, puns – but it’s not all about the laughter! There’s an older… Read more Thalia speaks good news: The happy ending is true!
If the world weren’t such a scary place, my family could be a sit-com. My parents are very conservative, fundamentalist… Read more Laughing in the Face of Danger
A guest post by Sam Belmonte One of the reasons I like My Cat Jeoffry (by Christopher Smart) is that… Read more My Cat Jeoffry
Image copyright Lancia E. Smith. Please see below for more about this image! A Little Light Musing: A Thalian Sourcebook of Sorts… Read more A Little Light Musing: A Thalian Sourcebook of Sorts
Image of Aaron Hurd getting laughs from some Irish schoolteachers during a tour of Belfast, Northern Ireland in May 2011 (image… Read more Thalia is my Homegirl
For some reason I cannot fully explain, today reminds me of that lone man standing in Tiananmen Square in June… Read more The familiar rhythm of fear and courage
By Doug Jackson Thalia, the Muse of Humor, has a lot to answer for. Sure, humor is a great gift,… Read more What T’ Halia Think You’re Doing?
I have a confession to make. I was scheduled to post last week, and I wasn’t ready. I’ve known for… Read more Music steals past dragons
By Andrew Lazo I’ve been trying to figure out what to say for weeks now. Nights. Mornings. And I’ve finally… Read more A Far More Pleasing Sound
Continuing my sonnet sequence, this month’s muse, Euterpe, is the patron of music… and so I decided to consider music… Read more The Music of the Spheres