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Idunna #97 By The Troth
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"Heathen Harvest" was the theme of IDUNNA #97 (Fall 2013). This issue features the poetry of Eirik Westcoat, Jack Hart, Hilary Ayer, and Ann Groa Sheffield. Ben Waggoner contributes Part II... More > of the Saga of Asmund Champions' Bane (Part I appeared in issue #92). Diana Paxson's essay on "Staving Off Ragnarok" looks at how Heathens might respond to environmental change, and Gail DeCamp's account of building a full-sized ritual wagon for the god Freyr rounds out this fine issue. You'll also find all the usual columns, recipes, interviews, news and views, and book and music reviews—and more!< Less
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"Heathen Harvest" was the theme of IDUNNA #97 (Fall 2013). This issue features the poetry of Eirik Westcoat, Jack Hart, Hilary Ayer, and Ann Groa Sheffield. Ben Waggoner contributes Part II... More > of the Saga of Asmund Champions' Bane (Part I appeared in issue #92). Diana Paxson's essay on "Staving Off Ragnarok" looks at how Heathens might respond to environmental change, and Gail DeCamp's account of building a full-sized ritual wagon for the god Freyr rounds out this fine issue. You'll also find all the usual columns, recipes, interviews, news and views, and book and music reviews—and more!< Less
Idunna #96 By The Troth
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Heathens do, in fact, have a sense of humor. . . as IDUNNA #96 (Summer 2013) amply proves. Ben Waggoner translates a funny story (with serious roots) from the medieval manuscript Flateyjarbók,... More > "The Tale of Völsi". We have Part Four of Kveldúlfr Gundarson's study of the god Loki, "Loki's Place in Heathenry Today." There's plenty of jokes, ranging from snappy one-liners to witty poems, together with humorous retellings of myths by Hannah Lipsky and Hillary Ayer. In a slightly more serious vein, Shane Hultquist reports on the 2012 Hall and Horn Gathering, Rob Schreiwer describes the Troth's new In-Reach program, and Nichole Mann gives us some tips on physical fitness. And there's all the usual columns, a children's story, recipes, book and music reviews, and more -- all served with a dash of Heathen humor!< Less
Idunna #96 By The Troth
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Heathens do, in fact, have a sense of humor. . . as IDUNNA #96 (Summer 2013) amply proves. Ben Waggoner translates a funny story (with serious roots) from the medieval manuscript Flateyjarbók,... More > "The Tale of Völsi". We have Part Four of Kveldúlfr Gundarson's study of the god Loki, "Loki's Place in Heathenry Today." There's plenty of jokes, ranging from snappy one-liners to witty poems, together with humorous retellings of myths by Hannah Lipsky and Hillary Ayer. In a slightly more serious vein, Shane Hultquist reports on the 2012 Hall and Horn Gathering, Rob Schreiwer describes the Troth's new In-Reach program, and Nichole Mann gives us some tips on physical fitness. And there's all the usual columns, a children's story, recipes, book and music reviews, and more -- all served with a dash of Heathen humor!< Less