Latest Æsir Stories

2013-10-11 23:03:50

Author of eleven poetry collections and two novels, Edda Tassi has been writing poetry since age eight. Her newest books “Stella Errans” and “Ophelia Gig’s Tale” are currently found in six of the most visited online electronic book stores including Amazon.com, iTunes, Barnes & Noble, COPIA and Kobo. Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) October 11, 2013 Edda is the daughter of the great tradition of the Latin Fathers and Dante Alighieri. Edda has received a degree in literature and...

2012-03-17 23:01:40

Come join and help make Loki's Planet be the very best it can be! (PRWEB) March 16, 2012 The social network for all things gaming, Loki's Planet, is celebrating their one year anniversary with a new layout, new profiles, and new everything; expect to see a sleeker, more user-friendly site. This re-launch comes with many new, useful, fun additions and updates to better serve the Loki's community and its mighty minions. Here´s a sneak peek at what can be seen at Loki's new home:...

2012-01-21 13:00:00

Shmoop offers educators of Mythology, excellent guides to all the main gods and demi-gods. Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) January 21, 2012 Shmoop, a publisher of digital curriculum and test prep, aims to expose students to a wider array of fabled fictional figures by also introducing them to several characters and stories present in Norse mythology. Rather than merely covering the biggies (Loki, Odin and Thor), Shmoop delves a little deeper. In Shmoop´s guide, a student can read about the...

2009-01-02 16:06:53

Police in Fort Worth, Texas, baffled about a missing K-9 dog, turned to a dog detective agency when their helicopter search turned up nothing. Godiva, an operative for Dog Gone Detectives, found Loki, the escaped search and rescue dog, in 15 minutes, The Dallas Morning News reported. Kat Manning, one of the owners of the agency, said that Loki did not make himself hard to find. He was about half a mile from his handler's home, where he had chewed a hole in the fence on New Year's Day....

2009-01-01 13:30:12

A man who dressed as the Norse god Thor for a costume party in Scotland said he returned home and scared off a burglar who had entered his house. Torvald Alexander, 38, a construction firm manager who stands at 6 feet tall, said he ran after the burglar with his red cape and silver-winged helmet still in place, making for an intimidating sight, The Daily Telegraph reported Thursday. As soon as he saw me his eyes went wide with terror, Alexander said of the burglar. He looked like he had had a...

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