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Back issues of Greenmantle are limited.
Unless otherwise stated, issues with free cover discs will not include the discs due to limited availability.
Interview with Mark Ryan (Robin of Sherwood), Ralph Harvey, Tracy Evans, Company of the Green Man,Tallis Harrill, The Pagan Ninja,Graham King (Boscastle witchcraft Museum), Kelvin Jones, Pagan Tuscany, Kituwah Mound, A Day for Gerald Gardner, Centre for Pagan Studies, Reviews and more. (Note: Free DVD not included)
Beltaine 2011 Interview with Talis Kimberley, Richard Gordon, Rohase Piercy, Phadra Bonewits, Kimberley Morgan, Tallis Harrill, Ramsey Dukes, The Wicker Tree (Behind the scenes), Kenneth Grant obituary, Reviews and more (Note: Free CD not included)
Interview with Kit Berry, Richard Gordon, Patou Soult, The Pagan Ninja, The Spirit of Albion (interview with Director Gary Andrews and Damh the Bard), Kenneth R. Johnson Obituary. Way of the Morris (Interview with Director Tim Plestor), Kenneth Rayner Johnson, Reviews and more.
Ramsey Dukes, Richard Gordon Releasing the Primal Scream,, The Doreen Valiente Foundation, Patou Soult The 9 Druidesses of Sein, , Clive and Kim Barrett The Greenman & the Gatekeeper, Ralph Harvey, The Pagan Ninja, Centre for Pagan studies, Review and more.
Special Conference Issue 2012
Interview with Prof Ronald Hutton by Caroline Tulley, Ralph Harvey, Tallis Harrill, CFPS Conference Programme, Patous Soult Sorcerors Apprentice, Richard Gordon Rise of the Reality Engineers, The Pagan Ninja, John Belham-Payne, Reviews and more.
Greenmantle 20th Anniversary Issue: LIMITED EDITION
Marking our anniversary and celebration, this special issue features an interview with Legends Steve Paine, Patou Soult looks at heathen dances, David Conway, author of Magic: An Occult Primer makes his Greenmantle debut, and, amongst a host of other writers both new and old, we are proud and honoured to feature a previously unpublished poem by Doreen Valiente, courtesy of The Doreen Valiente Foundation. This issue also features an exclusive and special free gift.
Over decade ago Talis Kimberley began a collaboration with Steve Paine on an album entitled Receiving Stolen Gods. The album was never released... but four tracks make up half of our free CD. Accompanied by recordings by premier Pagan progressive band Legend, it also features an exclusive track from the forthcoming Legend album, Spirit.
This issue of Greenmantle features poetry by Doreen Valiente, news about the Day for Patricia Crowley, and updates rom the CFPS, features by Patou Soult (continuing her exploration of French Paganism and traditions), Richard Gordon, (looking at perspectives of magical working in a post perceptional environment), Tallis Harrill (Looking at the physical aspects of a magical world), Ralph Harvey honours the passing of his wife and soul mate, Audrey, and the illustrious Pagan Ninja reports on the many adventures of the editorial gestalt. Plus news, reviews and much more.
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Samhain 2014 Featuring Patou Soult, Tallis Harrill, Richard Gordon and many more
Beltane 2015. Featuring Patou Soult, Katherine Langrish, Richard Gordon, Alan Thorgood, Tallis Harrill, Paul Pearson, Rowan Wulfe and many more
Featuring Doreen Valiente, The Chattering Magpie, Richard Gordon, Patou Soult, Tallis Harrill, Mark Wright, Esme Knight, Paul Pearson and Rowan Wulfe.
Doreen Valiente Special, featuring, Richard Gordon, Philip Heselton, John Belham Payne, The Chattering Magpie and more
John Belham-Payne Remembrance Issue
Featuring: Prof Ronald Hutton, Janet Farrar & Gavin Bone, Philip Heselton, Patricia Crowther, Ashley Mortimer, Mike Stygal, Philip Carr-Gomm, Isobel Andrade , Tam Campbell, Julie Belham-Payne & Tallis Harrill.
Featuring Anna Franklin, Richard Gordon, Tallis Harrill, Ryan O'Connell-Elston.
Featuring Caitlin Matthews, Richard Gordon, Paul Pearson, Philip Heselton and Tallis Harrill.
Symposium Special, featuring Mike Stygal and Symposium members, Richard Gordon, Tallis Harrill and more.