Book Review: Black Dog Folklore by Mark Norman

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Barghest, Bear Ghost, Old Shuck, Old Ben… The Black Dog!

I have always been fascinated with the various stories of spirits that inhabit the British Isles, but among them all, the Black Dog has been the spirit that has captured my attention so completely. Mark Norman’s book “Black Dog Folklore” has……


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Announcing The Wyldwood Eisteddfod and the new Chief Bard of the Wyldwood!

Happy Lughnassadh!

On this special day we have not one, but two special announcements!

Lughnassadh is traditionally a time of harvest where we take stock of the things we began earlier in the year. It is also traditionally a time of games, competition and marriages (handfastings).

Today we would like to officially welcome the Chief Bard of the……


Artist Feature: Olga Demidova

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Recently Herne spoke with Russian artist and photographer about her art, her inspiration and her views on spirituality. In this interview Olga tells us about her journey in art and gives some advice for people interested in taking up an artistic or creative lifestyle!  Read on to find out more about this wonderful artist!

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Wyldwood Radio Interviews and Reviews Being Added

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We have begun adding old interviews and reviews from Wyldwood Radio and the old e-zine Wyldspirit to our site today. We are also adding in artist features and articles from across five of the seven years that Wyldwood Radio has been active. Sadly we have lost access to most of the material from before 2013……


UK summer heatwave reveals previously undiscovered ancient monuments.

Are you enjoying the beautiful Summer weather in the UK? While it might mean that our lawns are parched and yellow (don’t worry, they’ll be back with the first lot of rain!) The dry spell has revealed some previously undiscovered ancient monuments across Britain and Ireland, many of which are truly significant finds.

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Poem: The Land is in My Bones

The Land is in My Bones

I remember these hills
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Poem: The Forest My Father


Poem: I Am