the problem with “all gods are real” fiction is
they never … touch the things I really want them to touch. They touch the superficial things.
(ha ha Hermes and Loki ! Ha ha Sekhmet and Ares!)
but what about Odin and Abraham? What about Njord and Yemaya?)
if “all gods are real” fiction is…
The comic series God Is Dead is doing something a bit different in this field. Deserves a look at least for the story about the god with only one worshipper - the god is Glycon, the worshipper (and writer of the story) is Alan Moore.