For the original post, please see BeWoW: Hero Introduction (A Pride of Heroes).
I sent Matt Langdon this message:
I’ve been admiring the work of The Hero Construction Company for a while. After I decided to start blogging about the Hero’s Journey, I wondered if others were writing about it, and I came to the collection of blogs that include the Hero’s Handbook.
I hope you don’t mind that I included this message in a blog post: https://jaklumen.wordpress.com/2015/03/11/bewow-hero-introduction/ while referencing “A Pride of Heroes”. I really do want more people to know what you do. So many others I’ve talked to think the Monomyth is just about writing stories, and haven’t considered its real-life applications.
Due to indigent circumstances, I’m not sure I can scrape enough money to attend the Hero Round Table Conference anytime really soon. But I’ll do my best to participate as much as I can until circumstances change and/or a conference comes closer to the Pacific Northwest.
and Matt had this to say by way of reply last Tuesday:
Thanks a lot for the blog posts. No idea how I didn’t see your original posts, but the internet is a funny place. Thanks also for the compliments. It means a lot.Keep an eye on the Hero Round Table. If you can make it there, I can comp you a ticket. It’s a really energizing time. You’d meet some kindred spirits.