Monthly archives: September, 2018

Band of the Week: Danheim

Our Band of the Week is: Danheim! Hailing from Denmark, Mike Schæfer Olsen is the man behind this fantastic musical project which blends electronic music with dark, tribal Pagan tunes.


WyldMoon Interview: Kenn Day

Welcome to the very first of our brand new WyldMoon Interviews! These interviews are exclusive to Wyldwood and are part of our partnership with Pagan publishers, Moon Books!

This is our interview with Shamanic author Kenn Day. Kenn is the author of Dance of Stones: A Shamanic Road Trip and …


Band of the Week: Trobar de Morte

Our band of the week is Spanish Pagan folk band, Trobar de Morte!
Trobar de Morte was founded in way back in 1999 as a project by the talented Lady Morte.


A Focus on Deity: Antlered One

The horned or antlered deity is perhaps the most beloved and iconic within modern Paganism, and the various forms of this ancient deity, which extend back far beyond the rising of agriculture or the taming of the horse, remain a constant inspiration.


Beautiful bounty of berries

The hedgerows are full to bursting with berries at this time of year.  Blackberries you can eat straight from the bush (but not if you are near a main road, probably best to avoid those ones), elderberries can be made into syrups, cordials and of course…wine.  And hawthorn berries are excellent to work magic with.


Social Media Cleanup!

Here at Wyldwood we have been operating two of every kind of social media, one for Wyldwood and one for Wyldwood Radio. Recently Team Wyldwood made the decision to clean up our social media presence.

We had also received some negative feedback about the amount of crossposting that was happening between our Facebook and Twitter accounts……


Wyldwood Partners with Moon Books


An Interview with: Damh the Bard

The Wyldwood Radio log

In this episode Herne chats with British Pagan folk legend, Damh the Bard about the upcoming release of Y Mabinogi: the Second Branch. Damh talks about the importance of reviving an oral tradition in Britain and about the various spiritual themes within this important collection of Celtic literature.

This interview first aired on Wyldwood Radio during……