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- Little Place of Forgetting: by C.S. Thompson. A dark fantasy of amnesia, paranoia and corruption, with elements of sword-and-sorcery, horror and surrealism.
- Mandarin Empire: by C.S. Thompson.This trilogy of novellas is set in the Mandarin Empire, a fictional interstellar civilization, not dissimilar to classical China. Explore Relationship Theory, the metaphysical basis of Mythorealist philosophy, examine ethics and educational theory from a Mythorealist perspective and read a discussion about poetry and Mythorealist aesthetics.
- The Red Dance: by Lani K. Thompson "In the beginning there was nothing. Then Makir put on his red slippers and began to dance. He danced the stars that seed life and the dreams born from their dust. He danced the birth of Time, framework of stories. He danced the wyrmholes between all our worlds…and then he danced the Irth." A unique new fantasy praised by author John Grant as "unbelievably individual" and "what fantasy literature ought to be all about."
- Form is the Illusion: Exploring Relationship Theory: by C.S. Thompson. This book examines the Ten Laws of Relationship Theory that form the metaphysical principles of Mythorealism.
- Mythopoesis: by C.S. Thompson. A complete system of mystical practice and meditation, based around the creation of a private myth.
- Mythotheophany: by C.S. Thompson. This book explores the aesthetic, ethical,and metaphysical principles of Mythorealism. Part I, "On the Nature of Gods", examines Mythorealist Monotheism, Mythorealist Gnosticism, Mythorealist Polytheism, and Mythorealist Henotheism. Part II looks at questions of religious philosophy.
- Prayers For Nothing: by C.S. Thompson. When myth incarnates in the waking world, the result can be a revelation. Explore the philosophy of Mythorealism, a new vision for the modern world- as sharp and flexible as tempered steel; as insightful as poetry. Poems and essays by CS Thompson
- The Purple Thread: by C.S. Thompson. The author discusses how we can live a life of courage and magic in the modern world. Using his own life as an example, he discusses the "theater of struggle" and the seven aspects of a mythic life.
- The Modern Gnosis: by C.S. Thompson. One of the strengths of Mythorealism as a spiritual and aesthetic viewpoint is its lack of dogma. The single statement "when myth incarnates in the waking world" is our only creed, and nothing else within Mythorealism has higher status than a personal opinion. This book, which is divided into four sections, examines the philosophical, aesthetic, ethical and metaphysical principles of Mythorealism.
- The Work Will Witness: Sonnets: by C.S. Thompson. A sonnet sequence in honor of the author's wife and inspiration, Cicely Noel Thompson. Perhaps nothing could be less in the spirit of our time than such a work, but this is all the more reason for it to exist.
- The Wind Between the Worlds: Collected Poems of C.S. Thompson: by C.S. Thompson. The poetry of C. S. Thompson evokes Film Noir and dark mysticism, a place of burned-out cities, collapsing civilizations and man-eating dreams. These poems paint the landscape of a world in decline, spinning out of the orbit of reason and into a nightmare.