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Immanence – The Journal of Applied Myth, Story and Folklore

 Immanence is a twice-a-year publication with articles, poetry, fiction, and art that encourages optimistic, positive, and realistic engagement in our world by re-telling myth, story, legend, and folklore in new ways. It was founded in 2014 by Dr. Craig Chalquist, PhD, who was aiming to mitigate the lack of publications on...

Trickster’s Way: An Online Journal

Welcome to Trickster's Way -- an online journal dedicated to trickster research. It is a peer-reviewed publication which seeks to extend the scholarship about the trickster figure to its interdisciplinary and intellectual limits. Trickster, of course, will resist such cultural ambitions, but this journal and the essays it publishes will...

The Lion’s Roar

An elegant, articulate magazine devoted to matters pertaining to Buddhism, meditation, and culture. Past winner of UTNE Alternative Press Award. Over the past three decades, the Lion's Roar (formerly known as the Shambhala Sun) has evolved from a community newspaper, to a small young magazine, to the largest-circulation Buddhist magazine in the...

Parabola Magazine

The Society for the Study of Myth and Tradition is a not-for-profit organization devoted to the dissemination and exploration of materials relating to the myths, symbols, rituals, and art of the world's religious and cultural traditions. To this end, the Society is the publisher of Parabola Magazine. What is a...

Immanence: the Journal of Applied Mythology, Legend, and Folktale

The purpose of the Journal is to explore how mythic stories and images, characters and motifs show up today. As Joseph Campbell, Christine Downing, Ginette Paris, and other mythology experts have so often observed, myths and legends do not stay on the printed page: they recur as forms of compensation...

Archai: the Journal of Archetypal Cosmology

In late 2007, a group of scholars, researchers, and practitioners interested in archetypal astrology came together to form the Archetypal Research Collective (ARC) in the San Francisco Bay Area in California. In 2008, during the months following the inaugural ARC meeting, the Archai journal and website were defined and established...

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