IDUNNA #91 (Spring 2012) focused on the old German holiday of Walpurgisnacht, the night before May 1, and its associated myths and traditions. We feature Leticia Andreas's "Witches, Saxons, and Odin", a journal of her travels through the Harz Mountains, together with some seasonally appropriate poems and songs by Diana Paxson. Ben Waggoner provides the second installment of his translation of "The Tale of Sörli." (Part 1 appeared in IDUNNA #87, also available through Lulu!) Dan Campbell contributes an essay on the myth of binding Fenrir the wolf. And there are the usual range of announcements and news from the heathen community, all the usual columns, herb lore, our children's "Kinder Corner", book and music reviews, and more!
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