Featured in this issue are: The Future of the BDO, by Greywolf and Bobcat (so you can see how much of it came true);
plus A Year in the Life, by Greywolf; Cat in Erin, by Bobcat; An American Druid in Solitude, by Ian Durham; Raven Revelation, by Kiri Johnston; In the Bone, by Alan Tickhill; Interfaith Interference, by Archbishop Greywolf (a bit of a giggle); Hell Theory, by Anon (another chucklesome treat); Druid Funerals, by Greywolf and Bobcat; Databases, by Dave Hughes, an eisteddfod section and various reviews, &c. 24 A4 pages, illustrated.
Featured in this issue are: The New British Druid Order (well, new then, we've got newer since), by Greywolf and Bobcat (look carefully and you'll see the seeds of the Druid Network being planted);
plus On the Nature of Pagan Druidry – and being a heretic, by Emma Restall Orr; Reflections on the Cycle of Life and Death, by Ricardo Campos; and Volunteering for Druids, by Geoff Boswell. There's also a cracking selection of bardic poetry in this issue, a report on the Awen Camp we held in the Forest of Dean, plus lots of reviews and other short pieces. 24 A4 pages, illustrated.
This issue features articles on the financing of the BDO and the Druid Forum event at Stourbridge;
plus On the symbolism of The Ram-Horned Snake, by Stuart Barrett; a Lughnasad Festival and Pilgrimage at Sleive Gullion in Northern Ireland; a piece on the Museum of Witchcraft at Boscastle in Cornwall, by Francis Cameron; an article on Druidical map-making; more fabulous bardic poetry, news, reviews, etc. 20 A4 pages, illustrated.