Category Archives: Navajo

Kiss of the Spider Woman

Picture by Susan Seddon Boulet One of the mythical Navajo beings who plays a part in Rebecca Roanhorse’s Race to the Sun is Spider Woman, and there is a mention of Peter Parker in this context. Spider-Woman in Marvel Comics is … Continue reading

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The Navajo Know

The Chronicles of Banarnia, by Robert Rankin – The follow-up to The Lord of the Ring Roads continues the tale of fairies who had been driven underground by humans taking over Brentford. In this book, Jim Pooley and John Omally journey … Continue reading

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This God Plays Dice

One of the blogs I subscribe to recently had a post on Indian casinos, and it makes reference to how some Navajo in 1997 were against casinos on the reservation due to the myth of the Gambler. This was a … Continue reading

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Little Orphan Anaye

While not related to the winter holidays, I thought it might be interesting to take a look at the Anaye, monstrous beings from Navajo mythology born through the use of sex toys. Admittedly, that’s not the only origin story. Some … Continue reading

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