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Druid Magazine’s Summer/ Fall 2017 Issue

Welcome to Druid Magazine’s Summer/ Fall 2017 issue! May it help Awen flow through your veins and into the world. Please click on the image below to open the magazine in your browser.

Summer/Fall 2017
Summer/Fall 2017

awenWelcome to the Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids member publication for the Americas. Druid Magazine features articles, stories, reviews, artistry, and opinion pieces from around the world. Our goal is to facilitate discussion on topics of interest to the American Druid community. Published in virtual format in its premier year, Druid Magazine is currently accessible for free to all readers (subscriptions are not required at this time).

We hope you enjoy Druid Magazine and join us in the conversation about what it means to be an American Druid. Get involved—we are looking for writers, artists, copyeditors, and researchers among other positions.


Our Next Issue

The theme of the Winter 2018 issue is Transformation. We also invite submissions on other relevant topics.

  • Submission Deadline: Dec 1, 2017
  • Please review submission guidelines and the style guide for editorial policies and procedures
  • Click here to submit
  • If you have a question for the Green Thumb Gurus column, click here
  • We accept submissions year-round, but for specific issues see the Editorial Calendar

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'To feel as if you belong is one of the great triumphs of human existence. And especially, to sustain the life of belonging, and to invite others into that, has always been acknowledged as one of the great achievements.
But it’s interesting to think that our vulnerabilities, our sense of slight woundedness around not belonging, is actually one of our core competencies. That though the crow is just itself and the stone is just itself and the mountain is just itself, and the cloud, and the sky is just itself, we are the one part of creation that knows what it’s like to live in exile. The ability to turn your face towards home is one of the great human endeavors and the great human stories.
No matter how far you are from yourself, no matter how exiled you feel from your contribution to the rest of the world; as a human being all you have to do is enumerate exactly the way you don’t feel at home in the world, say exactly how you don’t belong, and the moment you’ve uttered the exact dimensionality of your exile, you’re already taking the path back to the way - back to the place - you should be. You’re already on your way home.'
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