British Legends: Beowulf and the Great Flame Dragon

Beowulf is an anonymously written long poem originally written in Old English, the language commonly spoken in England in Anglo-Saxon times. It is named after its protagonist, Beowulf, a warrior from Geatland, and tells of his heroic adventures, great strength, courage, and prowess in battle.

England’s Dark Dreaming: A Response to a Mythic Past, and an Uncertain Future

Paul Watson speaks to Dee Dee Chainey about the inspiration behind ‘England’s Dark Dreaming’, his second book of myth and folklore inspired artwork, available August 2018.

Good Friday Customs: The Peculiar Washing of Molly Grime

David Castleton explores a curious local tradition in Glentham, Lincolnshire, which seems to merge folkloric traditions with Christian rituals.