The Hedge Druid’s Craft, a review

The Hedge Druid’s Craft, by Joanna van der Hoeven The subtitle for this Pagan Portals booklet is “an introduction to walking between the worlds of Wicca, Witchcraft and Druidry”, and it forms one part of a larger work of booklets from Moon Books that outline the concepts of many pagan pathways. Released in 2017, this... Continue Reading →

Three Cane Whale

Yup. Odd name. No idea, go ask them. First saw them at Priddy Folk Festival and was utterly entranced. Three Cane Whale played last night in the Anglican Mausoleum at the Arno's Vale Cemetery, in Bristol. Now, I lived within a mile of this cemetery for a goodly part of my teenage life and more... Continue Reading →

Jack Glass, by Adam Roberts

On a rainy birthday day-off, I've just enjoyed a rare but delicious hour in a hot bath, and finished off Jack Glass, by Adam Roberts (Kindle version). In my youth I lived on science fiction, and then as the years went by I tended toward fantasy, when I had any time to read non-fiction at... Continue Reading →

Druidry and the Ancestors

Druidry and the Ancestors, by Nimue Brown As the regular reader (I know your name) will know, I picked this book up the other week at The Druid Network Conference. Nearly all books on Druidry seem to have covers showing trees, and while this one is no exception, I absolutely love the artwork that Nimue's... Continue Reading →

The Druid Network Conference 2012

 And relax! The Druid Network 2012 Conference is over. And what a great Conference it was. There was laughter, there was tears, there were no-shows and impromptu stand-ins... and all through it I stayed mostly upright. Ok, breathe... there. This was our second Conference, after the first one in 2010 that went well despite all the... Continue Reading →

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