Amalia Carosella

About me

Amalia began as a Biology major before taking Latin and falling in love with old heroes and older gods. After that, she couldn’t stop writing about them, with the occasional break for more contemporary subjects. She graduated with a BA in Classical Studies as well as English from the University of North Dakota. A former bookseller and avid reader, her current interests focus primarily on the Age of Heroes and Bronze Age Greece, though anything Viking Age or earlier is likely to capture her attention. She maintains a blog relating to Classical Mythology and the Bronze Age at, or find her on twitter as @AmaliaCarosella. Today, she lives with her husband in Upstate New York, and dreams of the day she will own goats.

From my website

Sorry for the Radio Silence! I'll be back in October!

Some personal/family stuff has cropped up which requires my attention and my absence from the blog, so I'm sorry to say I won't be posting again until October -- but when I do come back, we'll be taking about Mycenaean Greece! (Because it's the best!) Stay tuned!!

Editing Cave! And an Amazon!

I know I only just got back 5 weeks ago, but I'm afraid I must AWAY again, because I've got edits to edit and family invading (pretty much non-stop between now and the end of August -- it is kind of unbelievable how these things have all worked out) and…

The Affairs of the Gods, or, How Could Their Victims Have Been So Clueless?

There are two ways to approach questions like this: 1) The Events of the Myths Really Happened 2) The Events of the Myths Are Stories/Propaganda/Explanations/Metaphors/etc If you've been hanging around me or my blog(s) for any length of time, you probably now that the fiction writer in me favors the…

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