They have not yet updated the website, but you know how that goes.
Because Folklore is government-supported and Web-only, you can read the contents online. The articles are in English—otherwise I would not be much use to them, nor would the other board members from the USA, Ireland, India . . .
Here, for example, is “The Transmission of Knowledge among Estonian Witch Doctors,” by the editor, Mare Kõiva, the one who invited me.
It is not all about Estonia, however; I see articles from the other Baltic nations and from Finland, Russia, Ireland, and elsewhere. And you will find occasional articles on native Paganism, shamanism, etc.
My family has no Baltic corrections, although my oldest sister spent the last couple of years of her life in Kaunas, Lithuania, which is too long a story to tell here.
It would be great to go there sometime, pick a few mushrooms, and read or write in a room like this one.
Maybe I could drop in on the secret cyberforce. They probably have already read this post.
Our guys in Multicam are there too. You didn’t know? They probably never get to use the folklore reading room.