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Various Authors

ISBN: 978-0-9572121-4-5
Royal 8vo

Date of publication: May 2013


Mark Brennan
R. Eivind
Alice C. Fletcher & Francis La Flesche
Richard Harms
John Hutchinson
Hans Henny Jahnn
Richard Jefferies
Francis Ledwidge
Truman Michelson
Sophia Morrison
Knud Rasmussen
Autumn Richardson
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Richard Skelton
Mark Valentine
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.

New work:

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.

Archive work:

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.

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