Long ago, in ancient times, Aeolus (pronounced Ee-oh-Luss) was known as Keeper of the Winds and sometimes mentioned as a Son of Poseidon, who was the lord of the oceans. Greek mythology, suggest that Aeolus ruled the birds of the air. Aeolus Literary Magazine invites our to travel through time and space, beyond ocean and sky, as we lead you on a journey to enchantment. Not every student’s submission was able to be included here, but we trust that this section is a worthy representation of their contributions and hope that each page will be enjoyed as a wonderful discovery.

Aeolus is made by and for Daytona State College students. Any opinions expressed are those of the artists and writers and not necessarily those of the college.

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