Online/Offline Pagan E-zines & Magazines Links
The Cauldron Magazine - It is with great saness that we announce that Michael Howard, author and editor of The Cauldron died recently after a short illness. There will be no further published editions of the magazine but availability of the website in its current form will be maintained. Read his obituary here.
Circle Magazine - Issue #122, which is in the final stages of production, will be our last issue of CIRCLE Magazine. We hope to eventually produce compilations and other special issues under that title, but we have no immediate plans to do so. We will also continue to offer both print and digital editions of CIRCLE Magazine back issues through the Owl's Nest store. They contain a wealth of timeless information, and I encourage you to explore those issues you may not have yet. We also hope to make even more back issues available for digital download in the future. For the complete announcement that Circle will no longer be published go here.
Copper Moon Ezine - Copper Moon is a weekly magazine dedicated to Wiccans and Witches in their teens and early twenties. For several years we have catered to young people and their interest in the Craft. Our features include articles, author interviews and book reviews. We aim to have atleast one new book review or article published each week!
Green Egg Online - Green Egg magazine was first created almost 40 years ago by Oberon Zell and is an award-winning Pagan magazine. It shut down in 2000 due to financial problems. We have now resurrected this old classic zine and it is now online (cheaper operating costs, for one). Myself, Ariel Monserrat, and my husband, Tom Donohue are the managers and we plan on keeping Green Egg as it has always been, with the same format and even some of the same authors! We have already produced one issue, which is free and online. We publish 8 times a year, on each Sabbat.
Llewellyn Journal - The
Llewellyn Journal is a free, online publication dedicated to esoteric
topics from Astrology to Zen. Not limited to any metaphysical path or
direction, you'll find articles on Wicca, witchcraft, ceremonial
magick, and paganism; as well as spirit communication, astral
projection, cryptozoology, and other paranormal topics.
Magical Almanac - A free monthly e-zine of astrology and magick for thoughtful, intelligent people who are seeking something deeper than the usual New Age – astrological fare
The Magical Times Magazine - is a professionally printed full colour fairy, wicca and pagan publication produced in the United Kingdom. Its article selection is unlike any other magazine and its creaters strive to provide the reader with uplifting and in depth articles. Each page is uniquely illustrated in full colour and is printed on high quality silk paper. It is with an immense love and appreciation of nature which fuels the production of The Magical Times. Copies can be ordered anywhere in the world by visiting our Online Shop, in the UK through new-age shops and centres or through the following chain stores in the United States and Canada:
Penton - Exploring Pagan Paths and People since 1995. An independent South African on-line Pagan publication exploring Paganism and South African Pagan Communities and Peoples.
Sage Woman Magazine With every issue, you'll connect with Goddess-loving women from around the world, rejoicing in our gifts, sharing our wisdom, reaching out to our sisters. In our pages, you'll be supported, uplifted, and challenged to envision the Goddess in all women, especially, in yourself.
Witches & Pagans - Devoted exclusively to promoting and covering contemporary Pagan culture, W&P features exclusive interviews with the teachers, writers and activists who create and lead our traditions, visits to the sacred places and people who inspire us and in-depth discussions of our ever-evolving practices. You'll also find practical daily magic, ideas for solitary ritual and devotion, God/dess-friendly craft-projects, Pagan poetry and short fiction, reviews, and much more in every 96-page issue. Witches&Pagans is available in either a traditional paper copy sent by postal mail or as a digital PDF-eZine download that is compatible with most computers and readers.