#FolkloreThursday’s new book Treasury of Folklore – Woodlands and Forests: Wild Gods, World Trees and Werewolves was released on August 5th 2021 from Batsford Books. Written by Willow Winsham and Dee Dee Chainey, it is illustrated by the amazing Joe McLaren!
Really pleased to be speaking at the Library of Congress’ American Folklife Center symposium, Traditional Folklore in a Digital World, exploring folklore in the digital environment.
We’re so excited to announce our new book, Treasury of Folklore – Seas and Rivers, from the wonderful @BatsfordBooks.
Really enjoyed talking to Fergus Collins at BBC Countryfile Magazine about #FolkloreThursday’s new book, Treasury of Folklore – Seas and Rivers: Sirens, Selkies and Ghost Ships.
I regularly contribute to Future Publishing’s international bookazines, including pieces on folklore, Norse myths, vampires across the world, the history of magic, Bronze Age artefacts, and Ancient Egyptian deities. They’re available from W. H. Smiths, and online: http://bit.ly/3a7XCzG
My new folklore column for #TheCountryman starts in the March issue!
I really enjoyed speaking at Skelling, Skeklers & Guising: Exploring Liminality, a conference in Edinburgh just after Halloween!
It was lovely to really engage with the folklore of Halloween this year. I was asked to write a blog post on it for the National Trust, which you can read here. I also spoke to them about it for their podcast, do check it out!
It was lovely to go along to Charlecote Park on September 28th to give a talk on A Treasury of British Folklore: Maypoles, Mandrakes and Mistletoe, released by National Trust Books in April 2018. (Which you can read more about on the #FolkloreThursday website.) Furthermore, it was absolutely brilliant to meet the fantastic illustrator, Joe Read more about Folklore Trail & Book Signing at Charlecote Park[…]