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is a place to share folklore related blog posts and facts every Thursday! Founded by & .
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Folklore Thursday May 24
Cursed : Ill-Fated Portraits and Landscapes by
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Folklore Thursday May 24
Sardinian Folklore: 's Tales of Giants and , Elves and Plagues by
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Folklore Thursday May 23
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Folklore Thursday May 23
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Folklore Thursday May 22
The Files: Going to in an Eggshell by
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chelseagreen May 22
Rolling into the loooong weekend with some wise word from mythologist & storyteller Martin Shaw. Here he reads from his new book Courting the Wild Twin, from his home in . ๐Ÿ‘€ ๐Ÿ‘€
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Folklore Thursday May 22
Replying to @jcniala
That would be excellent โ€” we love goat folklore! Hope you're well and staying safe :)
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Folklore Thursday May 22
Don't forget, 's very own writes a folklore column for every month. May's column is all about . And you can find out all about in the June edition!
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Folklore Thursday May 22
Engendering Folklore: & Empowered Curating by
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Folklore Thursday May 21
was brought to you today by and . Thanks for a fabulous day, and we'll see you all next week! (Image: The Fairy Tale, Walther Firle)
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Folklore Thursday May 21
it definitely is! ๐Ÿ˜„
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Folklore Thursday May 21
Replying to @HistoriumU @ShanonSinn
It's a great image isn't it? ๐Ÿ˜ Thanks Crystal! Hope you had a good session too!
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Folklore Thursday May 21
That's it for another amazing ๐Ÿ‰ Thanks for sharing your stories + liking one another's too! This is your last host of the day. Our theme was the lore of stories, storytelling + storytellers. So have an adventurous week ๐Ÿ˜ (Ivan Biliban 1903, 1924)
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Amanda Edmiston, Botanica Fabula May 21
Storytelling tells us huge amounts about social change,plants+our environment+how ideas change Iโ€™m currently creating such sessions inspired by the work of Elizabeth Blackwell The Very for virtual garden party
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But It Was Aliens podcast May 21
โ€œIf I had a painting by a ghost, Iโ€™d hang it on my fridge.โ€ - This needs to happen, you canโ€™t tempt fate like that! Say hello to these hosties talking about ghosties and other spookity spookity shit for a paranormal ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿป
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The Taibhsear Collective: Scottish Folk Traditions May 21
Meanwhile during lockdown Amanda has been creating online content to help us keep engaged with the important things in life~plants, stories and connection You can catch her Apple Tree session for here
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Orkneyology.com May 21
Tonight's Tales for Troubled Times, a Travellers' story - The Selkie's Revenge. And for the bairns, The Princess and the Pea. We'd love folks to post a creative response on the Tales for Troubled Times Facebook page, too!
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Liza Frank ๐Ÿ•ท๏ธ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ May 21
It's Ascension Day so I've hung an egg in my attic. Obviously. Today's post is now up...
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