Today’s episode is all about the Druids! Alright, so it’s an introduction to modern Druidry, with an interview in “The Pagan Corner”. Plus, a bodice-ripping good time that has the occasional Druid and Immortal thrown in for good measure. Shownotes Housekeeping: - winner of the Miso Crafty Knits project bag and a skein of yarn is: Anjanette (explodingpinecone on Ravelry) - new contest for April - see photos/details below. Eyes and Ears: Karen Marie Moning's Highlander Romance novels (the "bodice-rippers"!) (Wiki page) The Pagan Corner: An interview with modern-day Druid Teo Bishop. Books & Authors recommended by Teo: Issac Bonewits Bonewits's Essential Guide to Druidism John Michael Greer (not recommended directly on the podcast, but a great read) The Druidry Handbook: Spiritual Practice Rooted in the Living Earth Phillip Carr-Gomm (Chosen Chief Druid of OBOD) Druid Mysteries: Ancient Wisdom for the 21st Century Links to Druid Organizations OBOD (Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids) ADF (Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship) Bits I mentioned during/after the interview: - Knitted Morse code - a CBC radio interview with Kristin Haring on the show "Spark" (scroll down the the section called "The Beauty of Binary". - DJ Conway's book "Magick of the Gods & Goddesses" - Joseph Campbell, writer of books on myth, religion and archetype. Music: Green Druid, "Dignity", from MusicAlley.com Yarn to win this month - Springtree Road, Emeline sock (50% Merino/50% Silk, 434yards per 100grams) in "Anenome" colourway. Muscadine sock (75% SW Merino/25% Nylon, 460yards per 100grams) in "Bramble" colourway. To enter to win one of these lovely skeins, please leave a comment in the shownotes with a Ravelry ID or another way to contact you. Deadline is Monday, April 30th, around 9pm Pacific, midnight Eastern time.