Dear Calliope

If you know me, you are aware that my career so far has been far from ordinary.  An Opera Singer turned Writer turned Graphic Designer evolved into a successful Creative Business Strategist, the concept of the “MUSE” has significant relevance for me. 

Now enterting a new dimesion in my career, having established myself in my industry enough to earn a consultant designation, I have been deep in thought about what kind of iconic symbol I could use as a professional alter-ego for my services.

There are millions of these Cosmo-style quizzes on the internet, but the one below inspired me (ironically, I suppose!).

According to this ten (10) question quiz, I have an official Muse.  Calliope. 

Call it fate.  Call it pretentious.  Call it the beginning.

gURL.comI took the The Nine Muses quiz on gURL.com
My muse is…
Calliope

Calliope is the patron goddess of epic poetry. She is often depicted holding a writing tablet and wearing a golden crown, for she is the oldest of the muses and their leader. Her name means “The Fair Voiced,” but Calliope inspires eloquence in writing. Read moreWho is your muse?

Incidentally, welcome and thanks for reading “Calliope in Outer Space.” 

More on what exactly that means coming soon.

~ by Calliope on December 8, 2007.

2 Responses to “Dear Calliope”

  1. Hi Jen. I visited the web site, and am trying different things. It is so pretty. I could visit every day.

    Love, mom

  2. OMG, so cool that your mom left you a comment. hee-hee

    This quiz was fun. I took it myself. I think I may do a post on it. Clever idea for a name. 🙂

    No I just need to find that subscribe button…

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