Fenrir is the name for the wolf in the old pre-christian Norse legends. Fenrir was the son of the god Loki well known as a trickster. In the tale The Binding of Fenrir from Scandinavian legends the gods raised Fenrir the wolf but soon felt the need to control him. The old Norse gods used trickery … Continue reading Fenrir Wolf Myth in Norse Mythology Reflects Man’s Fear of the Unknown
Here is a sneak peak at a new film by Earthjustice that is scheduled for release Wednesday September 9, 2015. This hauntingly beautiful film explores wolves relationship with humans and is called 'Fable of the Wolf' THIS YEAR MARKS THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE WOLF’S RETURN TO YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK. Wolves once roamed the United States before decades … Continue reading A New Film ‘Fable of the Wolf’ by Earthjustice, Sneak Preview
The wolf has been given a bad rap through-out western culture. The visual arts and literature has played an active role in perpetuating this fear and hate of wolves. We are all familiar with 'The big Bad Wolf' and 'The three Little Pigs' as examples of children's books written about wild wolves for the purpose … Continue reading The Big Bad Wolf Gets A Rebranding; A new way to look at the wolf in arts and literature.