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Michael Jackson’s Heroic Journey

Aida Amoako writes for The Atlantic about On the Wall, a new exhibition in London about Michael Jackson. According to Amoako, this exhibition seeks to understand what the superstar and his mythic image meant to the world....

Joseph Campbell & Into The Woods 0

Joseph Campbell & Into The Woods

Michael Pulliam writes for the The Maui News about MAPA Live’s production of “Into the Woods, comparing the musical to Joseph Campbell’s mythology classic, “The Hero with a Thousand Faces.” The article goes over Campbell’s Mono-myth and...

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Campbell and Relationships

Lois Heckman writes for the Pocono Record about love, personal relationships and how Jospeh Campbell’s work can help along the way. Heckman evokes many Campbell quotes to go over various different kinds of couples and...

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Kevin Galloway’s Solo Journey

Thomas Mooney writes for the Wide Open Country about musician Kevin Galloway and his new album, “The Change”. The article starts with the Campbell quote: “Follow Your Bliss”. It sets the tone for the telling...

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A Very Mythical New Hero

Tim Midura interviews comics and TV writer Joe Casey for the website The Outhousers. Midura asks Casey about his new story, MCMLXXV, a genre-blender set in New York City featuring Pamela Evans as the Hero....

Artist Lance Whitner Follows Her Bliss! 0

Artist Lance Whitner Follows Her Bliss!

Audrey Dwyer writes for the Steamboat Pilot & Today about artist Lance Whitner’s latest art project. Whitner’s piece is called The Artistry of Life: Painting & Yoga and it takes inspiration from Joseph Campbell’s book, The Power of Myth....

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From Empty Success to Bliss

Richard Randall writes for the Central Penn Business Journal about how he left his fears behind and followed his Bliss. Randall explains that though he had achieved what some would consider professional success, he...

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Joseph Campbell in Architecture

The Architect’s Journal published an article celebrating the winners of Nottingham Trent University 2018 Student 2018. One of the awarded projects is called the “Monomyth”, paying homage to Joseph Campbell’s work. It integrates ceramic workshops,...

Creating New Journeys 0

Creating New Journeys

Michal Bohanes writes for Forbes about Tom Savage, an entrepreneur who’s started various businesses, but doesn’t want to be a CEO. Savage understands that being a founder is not the same thing as running a...

A New Journey Every Night 0

A New Journey Every Night

Adam Clair writes for the website Whyy about the improv group Thank You, Places and their ever-changing musical number! According to her, the group creates a different musical act every single night in front of their...