Pomegranate 13.2 is in its final proofreading stages. Online articles may be available this week, and depending on when I get the cover from the graphic designer, it should go to the printers (yes, there are two different printers) within two weeks.
I intend to make Ronald Hutton’s review article on revisionism and counter-revisionism available as a free download.
“A Response to Amy Hale,” Michael York
“Darna: A Lithuanian Pagan Approach to Life,” Egidija Ramanauskaite and Rimas Vaišnys
“Revisiting the Semnonenhain: A Norse Anthropogonic Myth and the Germania,” Michael D.J. Bintley
“The Heart of Thelema: Morality, Amorality, and Immorality in Aleister Crowley’s Thelemic Cult,” Mogg Morgan
“Entering the Crack Between the Worlds: Symbolism in Western Shamanism,” Susannah Crawford
“Robert Cochrane and the Gardnerian Craft: Feuds, Secrets, and Mysteries in Contemporary British Witchcraft,” Ethan Doyle White
“Revisionism and Counter-Revisionism in Pagan History,” Ronald Hutton
“Contemporary City Shaman Joóska Soós Included in the New Antwerp MAS Museum,” Tamara Ingels
Michael Howard, Children of Cain: A Study of Modern Traditional Witches
John Breen and Mark Teeuwen, A New History of Shinto
John of Monmouth with Gillian Spraggs and Shani Oates, Genuine Witchcraft is Explained: The Secret History of the Royal Windsor Coven and the Regency