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RELIQUIÆ #3

Various Authors

ISBN: 978-0-9934310-0-5
Royal 8vo
Softcover w/ flaps
176pp

Date of publication: November 2015

Featuring:

Æ (George William Russell)
Olive Bray
Hans Brückner
Angus Carlyle
Alexander Carmichael
Basil Hall Chamberlain
Thomas A. Clark
Edward Clodd
Ken Cockburn
Don Domanski
Alec Finlay
Ross Hair
Kabir
Gerry Loose
Tim Lilburn
E.J. Moor
F.O. Morris
Rob St. John
Richard Skelton
Rabindranath Tagore
E. Tickner Edwardes
Mark Valentine
Chris Watson
Gilbert White
W.B. Yeats

Reliquiæ 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.

New work:

Hans Brückner: Writing on the gaze, non-looking and language's 'cloak of invisibility' /  Angus Carlyle: Excerpts from Silent Mountain, reflecting on perception and altitude in the Picentini mountains /  Thomas A Clark: A poetic meditation on the colour yellow, from gorse, pollen and saffron to the 'yellow palace' at the centre of the world /  Ken Cockburn: Eight topographical poem-miniatures /  Alec Finlay: Excerpts from Gathering, a wide-ranging poetic exploration of the place-names of the Cairngorm region of Scotland /  Ross Hair: An exploration of the visionary work of Ronald Johnson, Geoffrey Grigson and Samuel Palmer /  Gerry Loose: Five gnomic, poetic Cantations for Endangered SpeciesRob St. John: Writing on nocturnal rivers, Salmo trutta and the well-weighted line /  Richard Skelton: An elegy for the badger, from his forthcoming book, Beyond the Fell WallMark Valentine: An enigmatic found-object poem entitled PropertiesChris Watson: A fascinating account of making field recordings of ravens in Anglesey and Northumberland, interwoven with Norse folklore.

Archive work:

Four esoteric poems from Æ (George William Russell); a selection of Aino folktales and myths, translated by Basil Hall Chamberlain; writings on Ossian, his mother and the occult power of the Fath Fith by Alexander Carmichael; The Blue of Flax, a poetic reverie on perception and memory, by Thomas A. Clark; an essay on Earth-Mother cults by Edward Clodd; Field Notes, a poignant nocturne by Don Domanski; a fragment from the Poetic Edda on the suffering of Yggdrasil, the 'world tree', translated by Olive Bray; a hermetic fragment from Goethe, translated by Hans Brückner & Richard Skelton; a selection from the mystical poetry of Kabir; three poems from Tim Lilburn's revelatory collection, Moosewood Sandhills, along with his contemplative essay How to be Here?; writing on the sadness of thrushes by E.J. Moor; the beautiful ornithological illustrations of F.O. Morris; the spiritual aphorisms of Rabindranath Tagore; some wildwood fragments from E. Tickner Edwardes; Baltersan's Third Edition, an evocative short story on the lost words by Mark Valentine; some visionary fragments from Jürgen von der Wense; a selection from the journals of Gilbert White; some luminous excerpts from the writing of W.B. Yeats

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