Category Archives: Malaysian

Drawn Into Divine Drama

I’ve had some of these book reviews already written for a while, and I’ve finished a few more books, so I think it’s time to put the finishing touches on this post. City of the Plague God, by Sarwat Chadda … Continue reading

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Days of Auld Langsuir

Picture by Leasa Renee Thomas Today’s mythology post, the first of the new year, was suggested by Chris. The langsuir is a sort of vampire from Malaysian lore, said to take her hideous form forty days after both a woman … Continue reading

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