Michael Stewart is a free-lance writer who has chosen the subject of Greek mythology as his primary interest. He has traveled to Greece on four occasions to gather material for this website and, in addition to his extensive home library, has pursued research at the British Museum in London, the Musée du Louvre in Paris, and the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. Although he holds no college degree, which would qualify him to teach, he justifies his credibility by providing the source material for the information presented. Suggestions and comments should be addressed to xavr at mythagora dot com.
I can't be too appreciative of Peggy Barker … her generosity and rousing encouragement inspired me to get off my chair and hike into the Greek countryside and swim in the Aegean Sea … how do you thank someone for inspiration like that?
Geny DeRosa Bartell (1932—2016). I will always appreciate her gracious support and unwavering enthusiasm.
The critical assessments of Len Bracken for this website have been very welcome and necessary … he is tireless and meticulous, and inspires the same in others … I sincerely thank him for his suggestions and insights.
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