Date of publication: May 2013
Alice C. Fletcher & Francis La Flesche
Hans Henny Jahnn
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Noor de Winter
W. B. Yeats
Reliquię is an annual journal of poetry, short fiction, non-fiction, translations and visual art, edited by Autumn Richardson & Richard Skelton. Each issue collects together both old and new work from a diverse range of writers and artists with common interests spanning landscape, ecology, folklore, esoteric philosophy and animism.
Mark Brennan: Beautiful oil paintings of the Canadian wilderness. / Autumn Richardson: Translations of a quartet of Inuit songs collected by Danish explorer Knud Rasmussen. / Richard Skelton: An elegy for the now-extinct grey fell fox of Cumbria. / Mark Valentine: A strange tale, For She Will Have Her Harvest, about the graveyard poet Henry Kirke White. / Noor de Winter: Writing on birch trees, music and the "artist-as-listener" in the work of of German writer Hans Henny Jahnn.
A Finnish legend of Wainamoinen and the 'lost words' from R. Eivind; a Wazha'zhe myth told by Alice C. Fletcher and Francis La Flesche; two poem sequences by Richard Harms - Salt, an 18th-century sea-voyage in five parts; and Wing, a naturalist's minutely observed depictions of Australian bird-life; writing on the "imaginal world" of Sufi mysticism by John Hutchinson; an account of the miracle of hawks gliding by Richard Jefferies; poetry by Francis Ledwidge; a Meskwaki myth documented by Truman Michelson; a selection of Manx folktales from Sophia Morrison; an account of Simigaq, an Inuit woman from Greenland, and her songs, by Knud Rasmussen; a Greenlandic Inuit creation myth documented by Knud Rasmussen; poetry by Christina Georgina Rossetti; two stories from Celtic folklore by W.B. Yeats.