And we're back!
After a long hiatus our Shakespeare-inspired / Classically Twisted / Gaiman insisting installments should be continuing.
I am beginning to realize that perhaps this blog has turned out to be less processural to my project and more the prelude and aftermath--of which the volume to be said is considerable.
Fluff aside: this week I write to post a new podcast series entitled Prometheus Unbound created by one C. Brady, a gifted classicist with a penchant for Shakespeare and other things close to my heart, who is working on his MA in Classics at UBC.
The project begins topically with Lucan's Pharsalia but doesn't stop there; his goal is to approach the Pharsalia in context through other contexts--which is a roundabout way of getting exactly to the core of things. In the first episode his lens happens to be the Bard's Julius and is co-hosted by yours truly.
So enjoy--as Brady says, it's as "hot as Phaeton post-driver's ed".