I've got some great posts in the works, but I just ran across something that I have to share now. (Thanks to Greyhawk Grognard!)
I'm a huge fan of Frank Herbert's original Dune books, and the movie and made-for-cable movies of them: Herbert was exposed directly to Jung's thought by students of Jung, instead of through Joseph Campbell, a la George Lucas, and he is greatly superior to Lucas as a mythopoet, for my money. (Lucas may have created the space of my childhood imagination, but Herbert gave space back to my adult imagination as a young adult.) Here's a fun take-off on Margaret Wise Brown's classic children's book, Good Night Moon, that pays tribute to Herbert's magnum opus: Good Night Dune.