Urizenic Restrictions

I am proud to say that my research article on "Gates of Urizen" and William Blake's The [First] Book of Urizen was accepted by Blake / an Illustrated Quarterly, a scholary peer-reviewed journal. However, my article will be behind a paywall for the next couple of years, that is why I kept the link from … Continue reading Urizenic Restrictions

The Virgin Thel Weeping for Fear of Dying and the Birth of Death: Swapped Gender Roles and Zombies

It is quite easy to relate "Book of Thel" (The Chemical Wedding, 1998) to the (art)work of William Blake, simply because one of his works goes by the same title (1789). That is probably where the easy part finds its sudden end, because at a first glance the two pieces do not seem to have … Continue reading The Virgin Thel Weeping for Fear of Dying and the Birth of Death: Swapped Gender Roles and Zombies