I’ve started this blog in connection with a revamp of the White Dragon website which is currently under way, with the new site expected to go live around Lughnasa 2013.
Regular visitors to the website and readers of the magazine will be aware that publication of WD ceased at Lughnasa 2009 and that there has been a lack of news and updates on the website since then.
There were various reasons for this, but one of them was the lengthy serious illness of WD’s former webmaster, Tony, who died suddenly in March 2013, at a time when the website was temporarily off line. I am therefore grateful to Alexa Duir, author of the Wyrdwolf novels, who got it back online and volunteered both to take over management of the website and to undertake a radical redesign and update of it.
With WD no longer being published, the focus of the website will be changing from supporting the quarterly editions of the magazine. The core will in future be the library of articles previously published in the magazine and the book reviews, many of academic and scholarly books not reviewed anywhere else in the pagan press. I am also looking at several ideas for producing completely new material especially for the website and for expanding several long neglected parts of it.
In the meantime I still have copies of a variety of editions of the magazine, which can be ordered through the website if you have gaps in your collection or are simply curious about the rag. You can of course pay by Paypal and I will send copies anywhere in the world.