Goddesses

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The following goddesses appear in the poems and stories here (as well as potentially others who have not yet revealed themselves):

And of course all nine Muses: Calliope (the "beautiful of speech", chief of the muses and muse of epic or heroic poetry), Clio (the "glorious one", muse of history), Erato (the "amorous one", muse of love and erotic poetry), Euterpe (the "well-pleasing", muse of music and lyric poetry), Polymnia (the "[singer] of many hymns", muse of sacred song, oratory, lyric, singing and rhetoric), Terpsichore (the "[one who] delights in dance", muse of choral song and dance), Thalia (the "blossoming one", muse of comedy), and of course Urania (the "celestial one", muse of astronomy ... gee, I wonder who that would be?).

Some of the others I expect might be here include: Hera (especially after the draft of The anomaly and the goddesses, Tara, Parvati, Hebe (goddess of youth and cupbearer), Demeter, Nemesis, Eos (dawn), Hecate (in her role in of goddess of sorcery), Nike, ...