Art & Magic for Tea-Drinking Anarchists, Convivial Conjurors & Closeted Optimists.
Here is the eighth issue, also known as “Idyl Hearts,” published November 2021.
Fiddler’s Green 8 features copper titling, a cover drawn by Sigurd Persson, and 56 pages of art and magic, including reviews, a letters column, and the following:
- Cover Notes, The Maiden and the Unicorn
- A Fine and Private Archaeology, Editorial by Clint Marsh
- Sitting Out: The Consciousness-Shifting Magic of the Hedge Rider, by Levannah Morgan, illustrated by Alice Cao
- The Scarecrow: Harbinger of a Better World, by Neil Martinson, illustrated by Moritz Krebs
- The Call of the Wild: The Literary Werewolf and Its Quicksilver Allure, by Laren Stover, illustrated by Bill Crisafi
- Henbane Seeds Five in the Snath of a Scythe: Plants as Magical Allies and Witches’ Familiars in the Pyrenees, by Júlia Carreras Tort, illustrated by Johnny Decker Miller
- The Magus and the Jabberwock: Observations on Morality, Order vs Chaos, and Other Nonsense, by Clint Marsh
- Remembering Alan Pryor, by Clint Marsh
- The Magic Quest: A Villanelle, by Josh Maybrook, illustrated by Aidan Yetman-Michaelson
- Hazel Wood, by Moth Rah
Fiddler’s Green Peculiar Parish Magazine was born of a languid afternoon of conversation on a sunny tavern lawn. Taking its name from the pleasant afterlife dreamed into being by sailors, cavalrymen, and other adventurous spirits, Fiddler’s Green gathers friends, good cheer, and a bit of magic to create a better world not someday, but now.
Category Occult, Magic & Esotericism