Just read an article in the Huffington Post on The New Wave for Women and Girls: IN Mermaids, OUT Vampires. It is admittedly written by an author of mermaid stories, but the trend does seem to exist. Besides, think about it – we know of countless mermaid statues – how many vampire statues do you know […]
Kevin Nelson from The Danish Villages Voice graciously shared 3 photos of Kimballton’s The Little Mermaid, which have been made available on this website now, on the Kimballton mermaid statue page.
Here is another interesting blog post about the mermaid community by author and mermaid enthusiast Carolyn Turgeon. It is an interview with Sora, who is a professional mermaid performer.
Mermaid Poetry and Mermaid Statues have probably inspired each other. A new page on Mermaid Poems has been added to this website, with poetry by Shakespeare, Yeats, Tennyson, Milton, Daniel and many others.
Thanks to “Ministry” and to Boyd Harris for helping with finding the background information and story on the mermaid statue by George Aldersley in Lancashire. It seems “Miranda” is a mermaid after all, albeit a twin-tailed one.
It was a day for mermaid statues in England: More information was gotten on the mermaid statue in Lancashire – which may or may not actually be a mermaid statue. Still investigating. The Hensley mermaid to be installed on the Red Lion Hotel Lawn was reported. I am getting more data on this as well. […]
Another town in England is adding a mermaid statue to beautify the city and promote art. Read the article here. Hensley is 20 or so miles east of London. They plan to replace the statue every few years, selling the statue to a local business or other institution. It is a great way […]
Here’s a cool article about law enforcement officers and a mermaid helping safeguard manatees. Trina Mason of Lake Worth volunteered her services to help increase awareness, and helped the almost 50 law enforcement officers educating boaters on protection of manatees.
The MaduroDive Blog has a nice summary of favorite Sea Legends – the Kraken, the Sirens and the Mermaids.