folklore Archive

The wandering witch: Natalie Zaman’s uncut interview

By Syndee Barwick
Natalie Zaman's new book, Magical Destinations of the Northeast, grew out of her magazine

Michelle Belanger on urban fantasy and world-making

By Kalagni
The Shadowside series is Michelle Belanger’s well-researched attempt to flesh out the mythology of

Michelle Belanger on urban fantasy and world-making: The uncut interview

By Kalagni
Members Only: An extended interview with Michelle Belanger about The Shadowside series, Belanger’s take

Be Your Own Fairy Tale, by Alison Davies

By Tabitha Dial
Reading Be Your Own Fairy Tale, you are beckoned to tell stories where you

Heathenry and Anglo-Saxon cosmology

By Marc Gaidin
Anglo-Saxon Heathenry is sometimes called Fyrnsidu, and is a nebulous and lesser-understood branch of

Llewellyn’s Herbal Almanac Cookbook

By Susan Starr
After reading the Llewellyn's Herbal Almanac Cookbook, I feel like I've found a whole

Night of the Witches, by Linda Raedisch

By Mike Gleason
Night of the Witches: Folklore, Traditions and Recipes for Celebrating Walpurgis Night, by Linda

Man-Made Monsters, by Dr Bob Curran

By Psyche
Man-Made Monsters: A Field Guide to Golems, Patchwork Solders, Homunculi, and Other Created Creatures,

Witchcraft Medicine, by Claudia Muller-Ebeling, Christian Ratsch and Wolf-Dieter Storl

By Mike Gleason
Witchcraft Medicine: Healing Arts, Shamanic Practices, and Forbidden Plantsby, Claudia Muller-Ebeling, Christian Ratsch and

The Return of the Dead, by Claude Lecouteux

By Psyche
The Return of the Dead describes a fascinating history of the beliefs and practices

Witchcraft in Yorkshire, by Patricia Crowther

By Mike Gleason
Witchcraft in Yorkshire, by Patricia Crowther Harvest Shadows, 9780974174013, 71 pp., 1973, 2008 The