27 07 11 - 06:31Following up to a triumphant Northern Traditions I:
Northern Traditions II is the second volume edited by Gwendolyn Toynton, and contains a collection of material from both Traditional and contemporary sources, encompassing a viewpoint that is intended to be both scholastic and for the spiritual practitioner. The Content level is semi-academic. By combining academic level material with practical work the aim of the book is to take contemporary pagan practices to a new level where they can be accepted as a serious spiritual movement.
Northern Traditions II will concentrate on articles on the indigenous pagan Traditions of Northern Europe.
Content ranges from in-depth mythological studies and translations of texts through to ritual reconstruction. The book is divided into two halves, with one section containing Traditional and historic content.
Submissions are to be between 5,000 and 10,000 words in length.
Endnotes are required for articles dealing with historic and/or traditional content, and the Oxford system of citation is preferred.
The final date for submissions is 30th March 2012.
- Primordial Traditions
For all the kiddie angsty stuff out there, solid work in either conservatism (along the lines of Huntington, Buckley, Weaver, Hardin and Lasch) or tradition (Stephen Flowers, and this Primordial Traditions outfit) really trumps the field. It's practical. It's interesting. You can participate, and help overthrow the cultural domination by the forces of confusion.